U.S. Supreme Court nominee judge Neil Gorsuch. REUTERS

Gorsuch and tech policy

Over at the Yale Journal on Regulation’s always-excellent Notice and Comment blog, Professor Mark Grabowski of Adelphi University has raised some concerns about Judge Neil Gorsuch’s record on technology law issues. Grabowski explains that the Supreme Court may soon tackle many hot-button tech issues, meaning that the Senate should inquire about the nominee’s tech familiarity as part of the vetting process. He then expresses some skepticism about Gorsuch in this regard, primarily because his record is “inconsistent in defending digital privacy rights,” and his “support of net neutrality isn’t guaranteed.”