Tech Daily has “tech policy profiles” of all the presidential candidates:
Presidential candidates have made plenty of headlines this year for their increasing use of technology to campaign, but they also have views on technology issues. In this special series, Technology Daily offers a detailed look at their views on matters facing the growing tech community. Tech Daily consulted the Congressional Record, speeches, candidates’ Web sites and campaign spokesmen to compile profiles of each presidential hopeful’s technology policy views
Let’s see … San Brownback is a decency nut (but so is Hilary Clinton); all the Democrats support net neutrality legislation, but all the Republican except Huckabee are against it; Obama and Clinton have the most to say on tech issues compared to other Democrats; Giuliani only has opinions on technology that will help him erode more civil liberties (he wants to build a virtual border fence?); How can McCain sponsor legislation that would require sex offender registries online and also a bill in support of online privacy?; yay for Ron Paul voting against silly Internet gambling bans and increased broadcast indecency penalties; Romney has drunk the Internet predators kool-aid; who the hell is Duncan Hunter?