Report Peter Swire details the legal and policy considerations for federal use of web 2.0 technology in this report, part of the White House 2.0 series.
Strong technical standards should be built into proposed data breach guidelines for health care records as new health information technology is implemented.
Peter Swire discusses how to reform financial system regulation with transparency in American Banker.
Report Report from Peter Swire discusses how to meld federal stimulus programs to efficiently achieve a diverse set of closely related goals.
Peter Swire talks to the Federal Trade Commission about the future of consumer protection.
Peter Swire testifies to a Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on why laptop searches of Americans returning from overseas is a violation of privacy.
Peter Swire testifies to the Senate Homeland Security Committee on how the government can best protect personal information.
Report Report from Peter Swire and Cassandra Butts addresses the challenges of identification and authentication in American society.
Cybercrime has always been under-enforced, but Peter Swire offers a strategy for why and how we can strengthen our systems.
The recent Supreme Court ruling requiring voter ID in Indiana threatens voter disenfranchisement and highlights the growing “ID divide” in American society, write Cassandra Butts and Peter Swire.
Peter Swire and Annie Anton outline principles for protecting privacy in online advertising in FTC testimony.
Bush proposal likely to require installing sensors on private company networks, a practice discarded in 1999 for good reason, writes Peter Swire.
Antitrust review of proposed $44.6 billion merger requires close examination of the privacy of search, argues Peter Swire.
FTC issues new guidance for online advertising and privacy while permitting DoubleClick merger to go forward. Peter Swire applauds the privacy focus.