FTC Chief Technologist Ed Felten launches blog

Just a quick heads up to let you know that Ed Felten, the chief technologist for the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC), has launched a blog about technology, consumers, and innovation. Be sure to check what one of the “white hat” Internet experts has to say.

Here’s info from one of Edward Felten’s bios on the FTC site…

Edward Felten is a professor of computer science
and public affairs at Princeton University, and is the
founding Director of Princeton’s Center for Information
Technology Policy. His research interests include
computer security and privacy, especially relating to
media and consumer products, and technology law and
policy. Mr. Felten has published approximately eighty
papers and two books. His research on topics such
as web security, copyright and copy protection, and
electronic voting has been covered extensively in the
popular press. In 2004, Scientific American magazine
named Mr. Felten to its list of fifty worldwide science
and technology leaders. He is also a fellow of the
Association for Computing Machinery. His weblog,
www.freedom-to-tinker.com, is widely read for its
commentary on technology, law, and policy.

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