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Telecoms Push Back On Proposed NSA Plan
Several telecommunications companies are now joining calls for additional reforms to NSA surveillance programs.
NSA Surveillance Hurting Tech Firms' Business
New efforts to create EU-based alternatives to the current U.S.-dominated Internet infrastructure could further hurt our economy.
FTC Explores Scope of Federal IoT Regulation
Prematurely trying to write the rules of the road for the Internet of Things will likely stagnate innovation, says Daniel Castro.
Would You Like a Car With Your Smartphone?
US News and World Report
The growth of connected cars is raising new questions for policymakers.
U.S. Share of Cloud Computing Likely to Drop after NSA Revelations
Given the growth of the cloud sector, this is a bad time for the American brand to lose luster, says Daniel Castro.
IBM's CEO Visits China for Trust-building Talks with Government Leaders
U.S. firms like IBM and Cisco seek to restore trust with Chinese regulators post-PRISM.
As 90-day Countdown Begins, Privacy Groups Head to White House to Talk Big Data
“We want to protect people’s privacy, but there are ways to do that without forestalling innovation,” says Daniel Castro
NSA Spying Threatens U.S. Tech industry
Judging by the aggressive response of EU policymakers, a prediction of falling foreign sales due to PRISM holds weight.
Spying Fears Abroad Hurt U.S. Tech Firms
Wall Street Journal
Data-privacy rules now in force in some countries could slow the growth of the U.S. technology-services industry by as much as 4 percent.
Obama Should Have Talked About NSA in Address
Tech groups say President's glossing over NSA could be troublesome for U.S. companies.