My Work Here Is Done
Now that Verizon and AT&T have pledged not to track customer web behavior without explict consent, I feel like my work here is done. (Too bad DOJ still has yet to indict anybody for the Palin e-mail breach.)
Thanks again to Dan and the other Concurrers (?) for allowing me to visit again. There is much more I wanted to say, but I’ll save it for next time.
In the meantime, I have signed on to blog permanently over at Ed Felten’s Freedom to Tinker, so if you’re interested in tech policy, please add us to your RSS feed reader. (Although Ed introduced me over a week ago, I’ve been too busy to introduce myself to the ftt readers yet.)
I’d be interested to hear from anybody who has thoughts about the relative pros and cons of blogging on a website read mostly by non-lawyers. Although I’ll miss the deep comments section conversations about ECPA, I welcome the opportunity to speak directly to (and learn from) the computer science community reading Ed’s blog. Besides, I hope I can come back here from time to time to scratch my ECPA itch.