Source: Business Journal of Portland
The U.S. House has extended an Internet tax act espoused by Oregon’s U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden, among others.
The House passed the Internet Tax Freedom Act, written by Wyden and Rep. Christopher Cox, a California Republican, in 1998. The measure prohibits governments from taxing Internet access as well as levying fees on bandwidth and email.
The measure was set to expire in November. This marks the third time Congress ...
Full article at: Business Journal of Portland
Jul 16 2014, 9:35am CDT
Source: The Washington Post
Back in 1996, then-Reps. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Christopher Cox (R-Calif.) added 26 words to the Communications Decency Act that have, in the 18 years that followed, perhaps done more than any other law to shape how the Internet has evolved in the United States. Called Section 230, the provision said that Web sites that host users' writings, videos, and more aren't held liable as publishers of that content. ...
Full article at: The Washington Post
Jul 10 2014, 1:17pm CDT
Source: Cision Wire
· Registration Opens
· Renowned entrepreneur Mark Cuban will impart lessons learned through his own experience living through an SEC enforcement proceeding, his thoughts on high frequency trading, as well as his steadfast support of the entrepreneurial experience
· Past Chairman of the SEC Christopher Cox will impart lessons learned through his own experiences and perspectives during his time at the SEC
· Sal ...
Full article at: Cision Wire
Jun 12 2014, 7:00am CDT