In New York and Washington, attorneys general have equipped themselves to take on Internet fraud and abuseStates 'not doing enough' to track and prosecute cybercrime Aug 14, 2008
Internet crime costs basically nothing to execute, can be highly lucrative, and involves little risk of being caught and punishedStates 'not doing enough' to track and prosecute cybercrime Aug 14, 2008
It is not anonymous if the companies are tracking the same user over timeTracking consumers online stirs debate May 22, 2008
I call them Rodents of Unusual Size because they hide under the radar screenFor FTC, e-commerce means managing 'mice' Jul 25, 2006
A government-wide privacy board is desperately needed, you'll find universal agreement for that ideaAnalyst: Federal privacy promising Mar 05, 2002
Ari M. Schwartz is the vice president and chief operating officer of the Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT) in Washington, D.C. in the United States.
Schwartz is from the Detroit, Michigan area and was formerly a CDT senior policy analyst and subsequently the center's deputy director. Prior to joining CDT he specialized in information issues for OMB Watch and was a member of the New England-Israel chamber of commerce in Boston, Massachusetts. Schwartz holds a bachelor's degree in sociology from Brandeis University.