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Dave Perera joined the Washington, DC office as a technology reporter. He is a veteran cybersecurity reporter for Politico and a former editor for FierceMarkets publications. Dave studied Spanish and Italian literature at the University of Colorado, and has a Master’s degree from the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs.
Selected Insights by Dave
Biden monopoly order's provisions on privacy, net neutrality will require cooperation of independent FTC, FCCExecutive order from US President Joe Biden on marketplace competition reserves a few sections for data privacy and net neutrality.
The Supreme Court reversed a lower court's broad reading of the US's principal anti-hacking statute.
Spending on expert witnesses at the US Federal Trade Commission reached a five-year peak.
Privacy litigation in the US has been difficult for plaintiffs. Whether it stays that way could hinge on a case before the Supreme Court.
Renewed interest among US lawmakers in antitrust legislation is unlikely to produce radical policy shifts.