Video: Is There a Constitutional Right to E-Governance? The Legal Case for Online Notice and Comment

On Tuesday, April 23rd, partnered with Maryland State Senate Majority Whip Jamie Raskin, and the Washington College of Law to ask whether there is a constitutional right to having public notices online. The event can be watched in … Continue Reading

Obama’s $7.2 Billion Digital Mall Offers Free Rent, Sits Curiously Vacant

A massive new “digital mall” with a $7.2 billion price tag is near completion.  It’s built with public funds and, due to its large size, boasts a capacity to store and display virtually the entire federal establishment and every local … Continue Reading