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Posted in Data Protection & Privacy Jared Bomberg

NTIA Multistakeholder Process For Unmanned Aircraft Systems Takes Flight

On Monday, August 3, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) kicked off the multistakeholder process to develop best practices for commercial and private unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) use. As we previously reported, the NTIA action follows the White House’s February 15, 2015, Presidential Memorandum directing NTIA to lead private sector groups toward the creation of commercial UAS standards … Continue Reading

Posted in Data Protection & Privacy

An Important Step Forward in the UAS Privacy Debate: NTIA Announces First Stakeholder Meeting

Across the country, we’re in the midst of “Unmanned Aircraft Systems (“UAS”) fever” – industries from media, agriculture and energy to insurance, real estate and construction are seeking FAA approvals to fly UAS in the United States. UAS technology has improved at a rapid pace, and offer a vast array of safety and efficiency benefits to companies for a wide … Continue Reading

Posted in Data Protection & Privacy Paul OttoJared Bomberg

Key Government Task Force Launches Effort to Address Cybersecurity Challenges Facing the Digital Economy

On March 16, the U.S. Commerce Department’s Internet Policy Task Force (IPTF) published a Request for Public Comment for input on the key cybersecurity issues affecting the digital ecosystem and digital economic growth. The IPTF aims to coordinate and facilitate consensus-based multistakeholder processes to generate collective guidance and identify best practices. Through this effort, the IPTF seeks to broaden the … Continue Reading