Indiana bias crimes bill worrisome without protected classes

TechPoint president & CEO Mike Langellier encourages you to contact your legislators and voice your opinion on Indiana bias crimes bill SB12.

FCC looks to Indiana to set national 5G standards

FCC Commissioner Carr joined several political and corporate representatives at the Indiana Statehouse on Tuesday, September 4, to announce a proposal for national regulations around 5G tech, with Indiana's laws serving as a template.

Calling for change: why we support Indiana bias crimes legislation

Indiana is home to about 20 percent of the 5,000 Genesys employees worldwide, yet Indiana is one of only five states in the United States that does not have some form of bias crime law. Genesys CEO Paul Segre calls on the tech community to help change that.

GDPR paves a way to better privacy and security standards

ClearObject CEO John McDonald examines the European Union's new data privacy law and how U.S.-based tech companies can lead the charge in protecting their users' data.

Indiana leans into exempting SaaS sales tax

While Indiana saw a short legislative session at the beginning of 2018, the state ended with a big victory for tech companies looking for clarity on the software-as-a-service (SaaS) tax policy.