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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
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.
A moderate Democratic US lawmaker is rekindling a push for national privacy legislation with hopes for bipartisan support.
Lawyers for Google, Texas and nine other states had their first in-person skirmish in a US federal courthouse.