US Regulators Will Again Fail Technology in 2020

Posted February 5, 2020 | Industry | Leadership | Technology | Amplify

Steve Andriole discusses the lack of technology regulatory action by the US government. He opens with the assertion that “the proliferation of misinformation on social media, drones flying in protected airspace, and the exploding personal surveillance of Americans are but three examples of the crying need for regulatory action.” Andriole details 10 technology areas in need of attention, and the associated guidelines, policies, and regulations that would go a long way in keeping technology misuse in check.

About The Author
Steve Andriole
Stephen J. Andriole is a Fellow with Cutter Consortium, a member of Arthur D. Little's AMP open consulting network, and the Thomas G. Labrecque Professor of Business Technology at Villanova University. His specialty areas include digital transformation, emerging technology trends, cloud computing, social media, technology due diligence, software IP valuation, business technology strategy, business technology management, technology governance,… Read More
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