Federal Regulation Versus Website Trust Seal Verification for Internet Businesses
TEMPE, Arizona (March 25, 2012) When talking about the World Wide Web the issue of security and regulation becomes paramount. Although security successes like site seals have helped to keep internet order, but, according to an article by Peter Suderman entitled Internet Cop, “The beauty of the Internet is that it has been somewhat lawless…the greatest deregulatory success of all time, a sort of libertarian heaven.” So what about all the talk of net neutrality and other attempts to regulate the Internet? “If the government starts to get involved with the regulation of Internet network management,” McDowell warns “you’ll start to see politicization of decisions in that realm.”
Net Neutrality has become somewhat of a political slogan that is intended to offer “equal rights” of sorts to the World Wide Web. In 1994 then Vice President Al Gore offered up this loaded question, “How can government ensure that the emerging Internet will permit everyone to be able to compete with everyone else for the opportunity to provide any service to all willing customers? Next, how can we ensure that this new marketplace reaches the entire nation?” It seemed inconceivable that these goals could be achieved without government involvement.
The viability of the Internet has exploded since the early 1990’s with no regulation on a federal level required. The new question to arise is how can e-commerce credibility be maintained when equal access is available to those with honest and dishonest business ethics alike? According to an article written by Donna Fuscaldo entitled Trust Seals: Good for Business or Waste of Money? “There’s a lot of fraudulent activity on the Web these days and consumers are aware of it,” says Tina Hou, senior product marketing manager for trust service of Symantec. The article states that trust seals provide reassurance to consumers and help keep a company’s website secure on a daily basis.
The free market, it seems, has come up with a viable solution to the ongoing issues revolving around the deregulation of much of what happens on the Internet. Many business owners feel that companies such at VeriSign help to promote a level of business ethics far better than any government entity could. Donna Fuscaldo also states “According to Hou, incorporating (a) website trust seal has the added benefit of preventing small business from being blacklisted on Google by catching malware early.” A website trust seal can promote confidence in legitimate business practices and prevent the down fall of small business sites who are open to the abuse of malicious software that is meant to shut down all productivity. Reliable protection for business owners and consumers can be readily available by implementing the correct website trust seal verification product.
When researching the pros and cons most small business owners want to keep government out of regulating the world of e-commerce as much as possible. Those in the market for verifying the credibility and security of their business website may be overwhelmed with all of the options currently available.
Local entrepreneur, Aaron Ormiston has established a resource to help you find the best website trust seal match for your Internet business needs. Visit his website at http://sitesealcomparison.com to learn more about why you need trust seals to promote the credibility of your business.
Aaron understands that each business has needs that are unique and important. He has done the research and knows the best website trust seals available as well as which seals are a match for your business needs. Contact Aaron directly at 602-885-8271 or send him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Aaron has been a resident here in Tempe for more than 12 years and understands small business needs. His home office is located at 959 East Morningstar Lane Tempe, Arizona 85283.
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