Today, the Senate Judiciary Committee explored the implications of a Department of Justice (DoJ) set of actions which have threatened the entire cloud computing services industry and basic Internet freedoms. This Justice policy, if not permanently revoked by legislative action, will cause continued consumer uncertainty at best and at worst a complete collapse of the current multinational cloud computing system.
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Daniel Horowitz is an independent consultant who has served as a staffer in the U.S. House and Senate and as Assistant Administrator for Policy at the U.S. Small Business Administration.
To believe some ill-informed rhetoric, and frankly propaganda, last month Congress abandoned the American people by “repealing their Internet privacy” and abandoning them to the ravaging hordes of telecommunication companies. That is complete nonsense.
Last month, the Department of Justice (DOJ) took the extraordinary step of issuing a Civil Investigative Demand for Documents to music publishers ASCAP, Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI), as well as music publishing companies Sony/ATV and Universal Music.