Entries Tagged as 'politics'
by Jay Heiser | March 3, 2010 | Comments Off
By Jay Heiser and Carsten Casper, with Terry Allan Hicks A new court ruling on data retention practices in Germany is getting a lot of attention from the media, and from some Gartner clients. On Tuesday, 2 March, the German Federal Constitutional Court overturned a three-year-old law that required telecommunications providers and Internet service providers [...]
Category: Uncategorized Tags: communications laws, government authority, politics, privacy, regulations, regulatory compliance, state power, surveillance, telecommunications
by Jay Heiser | February 8, 2010 | Comments Off
I really do not want to see some new Department of Internet Security closing examining my privates every time I take a flight on the Internet.
Category: Uncategorized Tags: congress, cyber security, cyberczar, information security, infosec, Internet security, politics, regulation, security