Tech Policy Blog – Stay Informed on the Latest Public Policy Issues in Computing and Related Technologies

If you’re an avid follower of public policy as it relates to issues in computing specifically or to the broader field of technology, you’ll want to follow Tech Policy Blog. Tech Policy Blog helps you stay current on the critical policy areas of privacy, security, cybersecurity, internet governance, intellectual property, and more.

Tech Policy Blog reports on the appointment of individuals to key policy making positions in government and brings you interviews with major figures.

Tech Policy Blog is the focal point for ACM's activities in public policy related to information technology, informatics, computer science, and computing. ACM represents a diverse community of practitioners, researchers, managers and other interested parties from academia, government, industry, and the nonprofit sector and seeks to educate these stakeholders on the impact public policy issues have on their lives.

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