JMI’s Vice President, Sal Nuzzo, joins Drew Steele on Drew Steele Radio to discuss the effects Amendment 2 would have on Florida’s economy, especially in the wake of COVID-19.
JMI's Vice President, Sal Nuzzo, joins Brian Mudd on the Brian Mudd Show to discuss the effects Amendment 2 would have on Florida's economy, especially in the wake of COVID-19.
By: Andrea O'Sullivan September 9, 2020 Innovation is the best critique. Anyone can sit around and complain about something they don't like. If you have power and influence, you might even be able to get the government to do what you want—for better or worse. But building something that makes [...]
By: Sal Nuzzo September 10, 2020 After negotiations stalled before Congress packed up for its August recess, Washington is now ready to resume discussing the terms for the nation’s next coronavirus relief package. With unemployment in Florida recently rising to 11.3-percent and small businesses around the state feeling the stress, it [...]
By ILEANA ROS-LEHTINEN ORLANDO SENTINEL | AUG 30, 2020 AT 7:00 AM When you work in politics, you find out really early that the most important question you have to answer is what is a person’s “vote-moving” issue? Floridians who have moved from Puerto Rico — American citizens who have the full right to [...]
August 25, 2020 By: Senator Jeff Brandes There is a financial technology (fintech) revolution happening, and it is time for Florida to lead. One exciting aspect of this revolution has been the introduction of blockchain technologies and the growing use of cryptocurrencies. Cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin, are peer-to-peer electronic cash payment [...]
(The Center Square) – If Florida lawmakers tweak the state’s money transmission regulations and adopt several relatively minor financial technology (fintech) measures, the Sunshine State could become the next Wyoming in capitalizing on the $100 billion global Bitcoin market. “Florida can and should become a leader in the advancement of [...]
It is easy to see why Americans may be uneasy about Chinese technology companies. Setting aside recent policy efforts to ban or reorient Chinese apps like ByteDance's TikTok and Tencent's WeChat, Westerners worry that these companies may engage in certain activities on behalf of the Chinese Communist Party. Laws such as the Cybersecurity Law and Encryption [...]
August 10, 2020 By: Dr. Bob McClure As the parent of two daughters who are entering adulthood, my family has operated on a time-tested strategy that’s completely counter-intuitive to everything in my nature, yet is something I learned in high school biology many years ago. A butterfly only survives by [...]
August 4, 2020 By: Andrea O'Sullivan Tech commentators often note that political antipathy to Silicon Valley is a bipartisan affair. When it comes to antitrust, that's not exactly true. This was especially apparent at last week's blockbuster House Judiciary Committee hearing that featured the digital visages of the CEOs of Facebook, Google, [...]