In a recent episode of the HBO startup drama Silicon Valley, the development team at Pied Piper have created and are marketing a video messaging app, PiperChat. Unfortunately, the team fails to successfully migrate their terms of service onto the app, and they come to learn that a significant percent […]

Do Not Track is a policy proposal turned technical mechanism that enables users to opt out of tracking from websites they do not directly visit, including analytics services, advertising networks, and social platforms. It is different from the “Do Not Call” list as it is not a list, but rather […]

With the growing trend in cloud computing, chances are you use “the cloud” in at least some aspect of your business.  “Cloud computing” refers to remotely accessing services or information from third party data centers.  It essentially stores your data on a distant server, allowing you to access it from […]

This article was published on January 18, 2012 and the information contained within may become inaccurate as the bill, its support, and opposition continue to rapidly evolve. This article is longer than our typical blog post and continues after the jump. Much has been written about the Stop Internet Piracy […]

This past Tuesday Facebook agreed to a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission regarding its ever-controversial privacy policy. The complete settlement can he found here. The charge against Facebook was that that company deceived consumers “by telling them they could keep their information on Facebook private, and then repeatedly allowing […]