Have a Little Emotional Neutrality with Your Net Neutrality

| November 14, 2014

I’m not sure how, but the issue of internet regulation has somehow become a partisan question, with dutiful minions from both major political parties —and a few from the fringe —taking up sides and decrying the ignorance or evil of the other side. Here’s an idea. Let’s take some of the emotion out of this. […]

Three Paths To Hyperlink Hell

| August 14, 2014

You wouldn’t think hyperlinking would be all that controversial or a material risk consideration when building and maintaining a website. But the threat of damage to your reputation, brand, and financial security are very real, and even though your web developer may be able to upload code to a site, unless they are also aware […]

California Rules The Internet

| August 11, 2014

How would you like to take a trip to the parched ends of the Earth, or as the locals call it—California, to defend an action brought in a Superior Court because of something you said, did, or sold on your website? If this isn’t your idea of a good time, keep reading. California’s internet privacy […]

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