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AG Reyes shares his view on technology regulation

Attorney General Sean D. Reyes had a chance to share his view on technology and the role government should play for the Legal Executive Institute, and it is distinctly different from his fellow public servants.

With a background on the business side of technology, running a venture fund, and having served as general counsel for a small tech firm in Utah, AG Reyes believes that regulation and consumer protection does not have to come at the cost of innovation. 

“If we can keep government as a catalyst to draw on the awesome power of the private sector, the education community, NGOs, the non-profit and for-profit world, and corral all of those resources toward a solution that is best,” he says. “Government works best, especially in my state of Utah, when it is a primer for facilitating, guiding, and orienting those who are better fit to solve problems.” However, when government, which is not inherently efficient, tries to be the answer to every problem — and it doesn’t matter if it’s federal, state, or local government — it starts to metastasize and becomes counterproductive, he explains.” – excerpt from the Legal Executive Institute article by Gregg Wirth

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Photo by Carlos Irineu da Costa

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