Working Groups & Initiatives: Tech Policy Briefing
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Hosting Industry Has Chance to Help Shape Policy
I’ve been the lead administrator on WebHostingTalk.com for several years now. As such, I’m often approached with “great ideas.” Ideas generally revolve around new and improved ways of hosting, new tools for hosters, and ways WHT should regulate the industry. I remember roughly 6 years ago when someone approached me about “starting an organization to […]
Hosting Industry Critical to Defeating PIPA and SOPA
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