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This Week in Ridiculous Regulations

Angry allies, North Korea, and Chinese tariffs dominated the news last week. Under the radar, regulatory agencies closed in on their 1,500th new regulation of the year. 368 more words


Prospects and Challenges for Automated and Autonomous Vehicles

by Tracy Zafian, Research Fellow

In March 2018, an Uber Volvo operating in automated driving mode, with a driver at the wheel, hit and killed a pedestrian in Arizona. 974 more words


New York Just Issued Another BitLicense. The Recipient Is Jack Dorsey's Square

One month ago, Jack Dorsey predicted that the Internet “will have a native currency” during a keynote session at Consensus, the world’s largest cryptocurrency conference… 451 more words


Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #319

Brought to You by www.SEPP.org The Science and Environmental Policy Project

By Ken Haapala, President

Vincent Gray, RIP: On May 14, we lost a stalwart defender in the battle to keep rigorous science for descending into bureaucratic nonsense. 3,878 more words

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The Review of the SIA Published by the Home Office - What is to Come

This month our chief executive talks about the Home Office’s review of the SIA. He discusses the important role the private security industry plays in public safety. 647 more words