Facebook's response to the Cambridge Analytica debacle suggests that the company will be taking a troubling stance on "data portability" -- one that conflicts with the principles of the GDPR and may be intended to stave off similar regulation at home.
Connected cars are here, autonomous vehicles are on their way, and TaaS is on the rise — privacy and security issues need to be considered at the outset.
If the FBI want to expand U.S. surveillance law to defeat strong encryption, using the All Writs Act is the wrong way to do it.
Developing countries should "Just Say No" to Facebook's Free Basics program.
A Bullet-Point Summary of OTTN’s Twitter Analysis
Twitter is an important institution that has the admirable goal of giving "everyone the power to create and share ideas and information instantly, without barriers." Here are OTTN's ideas to make sure that it thrives.
Google's Project Fi will bring much needed competition to the U.S. wireless broadband market and accelerate the convergence between fixed and mobile broadband service.
The US Supreme Court just issued an incredibly important decision dealing with the privacy implications of mobile device usage and cloud computing.
Sprint's Sound Sessions platform demonstrates how carriers will attempt to differentiate themselves through the bundling of third party OTT services (like Spotify).
How Dish Network's DishWorld Service and a Reported American Channel OTT Service Portend the (Near) Future of MVPDs
OTT Messaging's Tipping Point and Facebook's Push for Partnerships