Q. What is a “Regulate Forward” strategy?

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Feb 10, 2013 No Comments ›› Phil Wolff

NSTIC is a Regulate Forward strategy

The US government is keen for markets to solve Internet information sharing, privacy and trust challenges. Theirs is a “Regulate Forward” approach. NSTIC strives to establish policy for where technology will be instead of regulating for where it’s been: past societal conditions, rapidly obsolescing technologies, and old industry models.

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