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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.
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.