Resources and Publications
Blogs & Op-eds
For some privacy advocates “opt-in” is not enough. They do not want to give users choice; they want to make the choice for users.
AT&T’s broadband usage cap will not stifle the rise of Internet TV.
In response the nuclear crisis in Japan, U.S. policymakers should take a forward looking, long-view approach to nuclear energy.
A new proposal in the House is advertised as a “comprehensive" energy plan, but would really just drive fossil fuel use with little investment in energy innovation.
The fight over public broadband in North Carolina reveals the need for public-private collaboration to bring first-class Internet service to rural areas.
Liberals and conservatives both have good ideas that need to be put into action to restore U.S. competitiveness.
The NRC Regulatory Information Conference showcases widespread public and private support for developing next generation small modular reactors. Congress lags behind.
A new book provides further evidence that American colleges are failing to adequately educate their students.
USTR's "Out-Of-Cycle Review of Notorious Markets" highlights hot spots for trafficking in copyright infringing goods. The government should hold countries on this list accountable.
Reflections and reactions from the 2011 ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit.