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Singapore Today |
ITIF estimates that the cost for an online banking transaction is only $0.25, a fraction of the $5.39 per transaction at a physical bank branch.
Intellectual Property Watch |
Move could hamper growth of digital economy and reduce Internet freedom. |
More evidence that the PRISM revelations are harming the U.S. economy.
E-Commerce Times |
Prematurely trying to write the rules of the road for the Internet of Things will likely stagnate innovation, says Daniel Castro.
Urban Milwaukee |
ITIF’s State New Economy Index ranks Wisconsin as 31st among the states.
Breaking Energy |
Tax incentives can play a critical role in supporting energy innovation, but only if they are focused on supporting next generation technology development, says Matthew Stepp.
The Verge |
The real choice is between continued erosion of our manufacturing capabilities or a more revolutionary transformation through technology.
FedScoop |
“We want to protect people’s privacy, but there are ways to do that without forestalling innovation,” says Daniel Castro
ComputerWorld |
Tech groups say President's glossing over NSA could be troublesome for U.S. companies.
Business Insider |
International laws related to digital data collection and use must be updated to better address 21st Century problems.
NextGov |
The Data Innovation Day Washington Policy Conference featured a review of the Open Data 500, a list of companies powered by open government data including Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway.
Mashable |
NSA efforts to undermine encryption standards were one of the main controversial issues not addressed in the President’s speech on Friday.
Computer World |
The U.S. government needs to renounce the introduction of back doors and other vulnerabilities into commercial products, says Daniel Castro.
TechNewsWorld |
"The question now is, do you trust all the components attached to your computer?" asked Daniel Castro.
E Commerce Times |
Daniel Castro argues substantial reforms to surveillance program are need to restore the public trust.