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Op-ed: Back To The Future: The Disregard For The Real, Contemporary World

Jim Boldt, President of Duckabush Communications/Public Affairs, wrote the following commentary about voters, cyber security, ports and ballot access. Now two weeks into a torturous...Read More

The gray area around defining political advertisements in Washington State

Political advertisements in Washington State are defined in concrete terms, though perhaps not concrete enough to prevent some types of advertisements from circumventing public disclosure...Read More

Cantwell, Murray Announce Major Federal Investment for Rural Broadband in Stevens County

Today, U.S. Senators Maria Cantwell (D-WA) and Patty Murray (D-WA) announced that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will provide nearly $4 million to increase broadband internet...Read More

Report: Seattle ranked 12th best “global startup ecosystem”

Startup Genome, an organization that aims to support startup success, recently released its 2019 Global Startup Ecosystem Report. The report ranks the best startup ecosystems...Read More

Op-ed: Small business owners stand to win big from T-Mobile and Sprint merger

Frank Selden, an attorney in Bothell, Washington, writes in support of a T-Mobile/Sprint merger....Read More

Washington State passes law to allow personal delivery devices on sidewalks

Today, Washington Governor Jay Inslee has signed a bill (House Bill 1325) creating the framework to regulate Personal Delivery Devices (PDDs) across the state....Read More

Senate passes Carlyle’s Washington Privacy Act

The Washington Senate overwhelmingly approved the Washington Privacy Act, one of the nation’s strongest privacy protection measures based on global standards to strengthen consumer access...Read More

Statewide broadband bill passes out of committee

A bipartisan bill that would support the expansion of broadband service in Washington State passed out of the House Capital Budget Committee Tuesday in a...Read More

Robot crossing: Delivery bots allowed on Washington sidewalks, if bill passes

Autonomous delivery robots like the one pictured above could soon be authorized to operate on Washington’s sidewalks, if the legislature passes a bill regulating them...Read More

New Report: Fewer, but bigger Washington data breaches in the last year

According to a new report from the Washington State Attorney General’s Office, the number of data breaches reported in Washington from July 2017 to July...Read More