Donate
Grant Gross

Grant Gross

Technology Reporter

‹ Back
Biography

Grant Gross is a long-time tech policy reporter, most recently serving as Washington correspondent and senior editor at IDG News Service. Since 2003, he’s written about topics such as net neutrality, electronic surveillance, cybersecurity, and digital copyright legislation. He’s also a former managing editor at Linux.com, and in a past life, he covered school board and county commission meetings for newspapers in the Dakotas and Minnesota. More information can be found at www.grantgross.com.

Connect with
Grant Gross

Latest posts

Member News: Chapters Focus on Encryption Thumbnail
About Internet Society 8 July 2020

Member News: Chapters Focus on Encryption

Lock it down: Several Internet Society chapters across the globe have written about the importance of encryption in recent...

The Week in Internet News: Facebook Faces Advertising Boycott Thumbnail
Technology 6 July 2020

The Week in Internet News: Facebook Faces Advertising Boycott

Voting with their dollars: Hundreds of companies have pulled their advertising from Facebook because of the social media giant’s...

The Week in Internet News: Google to Pay Some News Publishers Thumbnail
Technology 29 June 2020

The Week in Internet News: Google to Pay Some News Publishers

News isn’t free: Google has announced it will pay some news publishers in a “new news experience” it is...

The Week in Internet News: U.S. DOJ Wants to Hold Website Liable for User Comments Thumbnail
Technology 22 June 2020

The Week in Internet News: U.S. DOJ Wants to Hold Website Liable for User Comments

Legal landmines: The U.S. Department of Justice has proposed ending a 24-year-old provision that protections websites and social media...

The Week in Internet News: Twitter Removes 170,000 Pro-China Accounts Thumbnail
Technology 15 June 2020

The Week in Internet News: Twitter Removes 170,000 Pro-China Accounts

No more tweets for you: Twitter has removed 170,000 accounts it says are tied to a coordinated pro-China campaign,...

The Week in Internet News: Zoom Says End-to-End Encryption Only for Paying Users Thumbnail
Technology 8 June 2020

The Week in Internet News: Zoom Says End-to-End Encryption Only for Paying Users

No free encryption: Popular videoconferencing service Zoom has promised to roll out end-to-end encryption, but it won’t provide encrypted...

Load More
Join the conversation with Internet Society members around the world