Op-Ed in the Financial Times Praises CleanApps.org

Op-Ed in the Financial Times Praises CleanApps.org

The Financial Times recently published an Op-Ed by former U.S. Deputy Secretary of the Treasury and Federal Reserve Board Governor Sarah Bloom Raskin. It argues that cross-industry work by organizations like AppEsteem.com, CleanApps.org, and many cybersecurity companies to promote standards and foster a fair app marketplace is a boon for consumers and could potentially transform the internet.

Section 230 News – Enigma vs. MalwareBytes

Section 230 News – Enigma vs. MalwareBytes

Because it immunizes ISPs for liability that others produce on their websites (think YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook), Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996 has been the subject of extensive scholarly debate. On the one hand, it’s praised for enabling...

Should Deceptors Get a Grace Period?

Should Deceptors Get a Grace Period?

If Yes, for How Long?   For the last several months, many responsible businesses have been working like mad to comply with new app requirements that AppEsteem – a company that certifies apps – and Microsoft announced (regarding Unwanted Software) they would apply...

CleanApps.org at Duke University

CleanApps.org at Duke University

  Evangelizing for a Safer Internet   At the invitation of former Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Treasury and former Governor of the Federal Reserve Board, Sarah Bloom Raskin, I spoke two weeks ago to a cybersecurity class that Governor Raskin is...

GDPR/Privacy for App Vendors

GDPR/Privacy for App Vendors

  Helping App Vendors Respect Consumer Privacy With privacy concerns swirling worldwide, and with advertising platforms including Google and Bing announcing new compliance requirements for advertisers, it was great to devote our most recent webinar to GDPR and privacy...