Most Americans are aware of Russia’s internet meddling with the reputation of candidates in the 2016 Presidential election. In the run up to election day in 2016, slanderous remarks were posted by trolls posing as opponents to Hillary Clinton. Other trolls posted character attacks on Presidential candidate Trump. Both sides urged readers to vehemently contradict […]
Governor Kemp has a bill to sign in Georgia, if encouraging the next generation of broadband, 5G, is important to his state. It should be and here is what is at stake. 5G is a wireless service about 70 times faster than today’s broadband network. The 5G network capacity will accommodate far more connections that […]
For the last six years, efforts to end the biggest scam in Florida’s insurance industry — AOB abuse — have repeatedly been stymied by special interests and a handful of powerful legislators. This year, Senator Doug Broxson, Chair of the Senate Banking and Insurance Committee, and Bob Rommel, Chair of the House Civil Justice Subcommittee, […]
Arizona’s House Bill 2418 is anti-consumer, in that it would put the private data of consumers at risk. Specifically, it would allow third-parties to access Dealer Management Systems (DMSs) that contain personally identifiable information of consumers, potentially including their name, address, phone number, Social Security number, employment data, purchase history, financial information and other private information […]
There is a law that encourages lawsuits and reforming this law would go a long way in curbing abuse that is pushing up insurance rates in Florida. To read more about this legalized fraud and why reforms are needed, visit Sunshine State News.
The Assignment of Benefits (AOB) fraud and abuse has affected hundreds of thousands of Floridians. In the first three quarters of 2018, there were 135,000 AOB cases. Homeowners are dragged into the swindle when they assign to a restoration contractor the right to have their insurance company pay for repairing damage to their home. The […]
Preventing duplicative and discriminatory taxes on digital goods means more money in the pockets of consumers, and more freedom to shop as they choose. To read this opinion piece, visit THE HILL.
Congress has less than 10 months until CCPA and other state legislation kicks in to figure out an optimal solution for protecting the online privacy of American consumers. The current patchwork of state privacy laws has not served Americans well, and it’s threatening to become more confusing and complex for businesses to thrive and consumers […]
The Chinese government uses many of its state-run media to implant in the U.S. internet a “distorted and biased narrative portraying a utopian view of the Chinese government and party.” The propaganda is intended to undermine western values that China deems would erode party domination. It uses paid social media posters to place propaganda and […]
As the House Financial Services Committee Meets this week to discuss reauthorizing the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), there is a lot at stake. The NFIP, on which 5 million Americans depend for protection from flooding, began with the best of intentions — reducing the burden on federal taxpayers stemming from flood relief while providing […]