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Government Technology |
Legislators see the need for regulating the Internet of Things, but are wary of discouraging innovation in the world of connected devices.
State Tech Magazine |
ITIF was featured as one of the top 50 IT bloggers in the nation.
Fedscoop |
The FAA should expedite its commercial drone ruling to invite public comment, making the process open and transparent for everyone,” says Alan McQuinn.
FierceEnterpriseCommunications |
Title II represents a strong shift towards a European-style precautionary regulation without legitimate justification, says Doug Brake.
E&E News |
The reauthorization of the COMPETES Act could be one of the main bills on the Republican agenda, says Matthew Stepp.
Computer World |
Republican control will raise questions about support for the tech economy through funding of science and research, education and training.
E-Commerce Times |
Developing countries increasingly see taxes on IT as a means of acquiring funds to build out their infrastructures, but that's a losing strategy, ITIF says.
PC World |
A proposed Internet tax could inhibit national economic growth.
Business Solutions Magazine |
Daniel Castro and Mark Doms argue “Smart Manufacturing” can make US businesses more competitive.
Greentech Media |
It makes sense for Tesla to pursue autonomous features, because they can incrementally increase efficiency, allowing for extended vehicle range, says Matthew Stepp.
CIO |
The Global Mercantilist index looks at mercantilist policies harmful to U.S. companies and U.S. workers.
Multichannel News |
“The approach is more a combination of the worst of Title II with expanded FCC section 706 power than anything resembling a compromise,” says Doug Brake.
E-Commerce Times |
The Comcast/TWC merger should be judged based on its merits not ideology.
Fierce Government IT |
When considering regulatory action, the FTC will have to conduct a good cost-benefit analysis of any kind of proposed action or intervention, says Daniel Castro.
ITBusinessEdge |
“If certain groups are routinely excluded from data sets, their problems may be overlooked and their communities held back in spite of progress elsewhere,” says Daniel Castro.