Prolonged discussions of Federal Communications Commission regulations are typically about as stimulating as a fistful of Ambien — except when it comes to net neutrality. With the FCC poised to issue new rules governing how Internet service providers manage and price the traffic that flows through their networks, Americans woke Read More »
I like the Internet. Cat Vids ← It brings us cat videos. And baby photos. And memes. It also brings education to the masses, health care to the hard to reach, and drives California’s economic engine. The Internet does all these things (and more!) because it is an open platform. The Read More »
This week, the California Senate passed SB962, requiring all smartphones sold in the state on or after July 2015 to have “kill switch” software baked into the operating system. The law is aimed at reducing smartphone thefts by making it possible for users to remotely wipe their phones — and all their Read More »
CALinnovates serves as a bridge between the thriving and fast paced technology community based in California and the slower moving but equally important public policy community in Sacramento and Washington, DC.
CALinnovates works to bring together leaders in the technology and startup communities with government leaders to ensure a careful and considered approach is taken in government regulation
CALinnovates also works to educate the public on the latest innovations and uses of technology
CALinnovates’ members include C-level executives, political leaders, entrepreneurs, techies and the average Californian who is interested in keeping up with the latest gadgets and innovations.