By: Mike Montgomery
As seen in Techwire
We have a lot of smart things these days.
Smartphones. Smart watches. Smart glasses. Smart vehicles and electric grids.
What we don’t have a lot of, especially when it comes to tech policy, is smart regulations.
This is particularly true on the federal level where policymakers are routinely pummeled by the double-whammy of partisan dysfunction and a glacial regulatory pace. Technology simply moves too quickly and the government too slowly. And particularly when it comes to technology, antiquated regulations can easily do more harm than good.
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