EPIC Urges FAA to Make Drone Committee Meetings Accessible to the Public

EPIC wrote to FAA Acting Administrator Daniel K. Elwell today to request that the agency livestream the FAA Drone Advisory Committee meeting that takes place tomorrow in Santa Clara. Earlier this year, EPIC filed suit against the Drone Committee, alleging that it had conducted much…

Insights from Customer Zero: Enabling the Next Generation of Hybrid Cloud

Cisco’s own IT organization is one of the largest customers of Cisco technologies, often acting as Customer Zero when new innovations are being rolled out. I recently chatted with Mike… VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Insights from Customer Zero: Enabling the Next Generation of Hybrid Cloud

Conscia delivers secure, programmable turnkey data center to customers with Cisco ACI

Henrik Moll, Acting CEO of Conscia, a systems integrator in Europe, discusses how Cisco ACI has helped deliver value to their respective customers through a secure and automated data center. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Conscia delivers secure, programmable turnkey data center to customers with Cisco…

Texas Meth Trafficker Sentenced to 96 Months in Prison

According to Acting United States Attorney for the District of Maryland Stephen M. Schenning, a 42-year-old Texas man received a 96 month prison sentence for selling methamphetamine and GHB through various online shops. United States District Judge Catherine C. Blake sentenced Patrick Brian Mobley, one…

Following EPIC Letter, 31 Senators Demand Answers from CFPB on Equifax Investigation

A group of 31 Senators wrote to Acting Director Leandra English and Director Mick Mulvaney of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau about the agency’s failure to pursue the probe of the 2017 Equifax breach. The Senators wrote that “the CFPB has a clear duty to…

EPIC Files FOIA Request About Mulvaney’s Decision to Halt CFPB Equifax Investigation

EPIC has filed an urgent Freedom of Information Act request for records about Acting Director Mulvaney’s decision to shut down the CFPB investigation of Equifax. The 2017 data breach, likely undertaken by a foreign adversary, compromised the personal data of 143 million Americans. Last year…

Senators Urge FTC to Investigate Companies Selling Social Media Influence

Senators Jerry Moran (R-KS) and Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) wrote Federal Trade Commission Acting Chair Maureen Ohlhausen to urge the FTC to investigate companies that use fraudulent automated accounts to influence social media. The techniques, known as “amplification bots,” follow, retweet, and like social media content…