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The Administration’s corporate tax reform proposals would make our competitiveness worse. Instead, Washington should take a page out of the states’ economic playbooks.
Never before has a President made such a forceful statement in support of U.S. innovation policy. Yet his agenda can and should be bolder.
The Commerce Department should champion pro-innovation information policies, rather than narrowly focus on consumer privacy at the expense of other goals.
ITIF explains the benefits of Universal Service Fund and Inter-Carrier Compensation reform.
One out of four bits on the Internet is infringing content. How much bigger will piracy need to get before policymakers realize this is a problem?
Data Privacy Day provides a chance to reflect on the benefits of sharing data.
The State of the Union signals a shift in the debate on energy to a more concerted White House effort in this area.
ITIF Senior Analyst Stephen Ezell takes on Paul Krugman’s contention that only companies compete and that nations aren’t in economic competition with one another.
ITIF Research Fellow Scott Andes reports from Ghana on how China's intellectual property theft hurts the poor.
A rebuttal to the claim that COICA represents a threat to the technical integrity of the Internet.