Steve DelBianco

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Steve joins Jim to talk about the U.N. plan to take over control of the Internet. This is a real plan and the debate is continuing.
Steve joins Jim to talk about the progress that's being made to prevent the U.N. from gaining control over the operation of the Internet.
Steve joins Jim to talk about the current debate about keeping ICANN out of the hands of the U.N. This is a serious situation with potentially dire consequences if the UN has its way.
Steve talks with Jim about his upcoming trip to Morocco to debate who has control over ICANN, which is the international organization that controls domain names, like .com, .org, etc.
Steve joins Jim to explain a relatively new issue that will be debated in the future. "Net neutrality" will be part of your future as you use the Internet and its applications more and more. Jim wants you to be as informed as possible, so you can contribute to this issue, which is essentially who will control the use of the Internet, the marketplace or the government. You probably already know which side Jim is on.
Steve and Jim begin their visit talking about the debate and litigation over possible patent infringement by RIM, the company that produces the popular Blackberry pda. They move on to talk about what Jim believes are coming changes for the real estate brokerage industry, brought on by innovation and probably anti-trust lawsuits.
Steve and Jim begin talking about the future or Real Simple Syndication (RSS) technology and whether it will replace email as a marketing tool. They move on to discuss the news regarding small business being required to collect and submit sales tax wherever it ships goods.
Steve joins Jim to report on how public policy issues progressed in 2005 and what's in store for '06. First they talk about the success in keeping ICANN under its current management. Next they talk about the push by governors to require out-of-state sellers to pay their states sales tax when they deliver in their state. Finally, they wrap up by talking about how some industries are impeding technological progress by their business practices.
Steve joins Jim to talk about the U.N.s intentions to take over the Internet from the U.S. based ICANN. This is a scary prospect, don't miss this interview.
Steve and Jim talk about some of the issues around identity theft, including some steps small business owners can take if they lose information about their customers.