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TechNewsWorld |
"Capturing large amounts of Internet traffic and redirecting it like that should be off limits," says Daniel Castro
CRN |
With the growing use of consumer electronics and the lack of hard evidence that they disrupted flight it made sense that the FAA would have to revisit these rules, says Daniel Castro.
Fedscoop |
Government needs to take a hands-on approach to data innovation.
IP Watch |
Michelle Wein argues recent decisions by the Canadian courts reduce the effectiveness of the international patent system, inhibit innovation and reduce the distribution of life-saving medications.
Greentech Media |
ITIF hosted a panel of electric utility experts who offered a range of prescriptions for how utilities should prepare themselves for the grid of the future.
eWeek |
This legislation will create a more effective regulatory framework for medical software, improve patient safety and spur innovation, says Daniel Castro.
Greenwire |
The push to rapidly deploy existing clean energy technology, instead of focusing on energy innovation, is misguided.
Newsmax |
The USPS has to make serious changes including closing post offices that do not cover their costs, says Robert Atkinson.
Yahoo Finance |
ITIF argues for a hybrid postal system with last mile delivery still handled by the government.
Fedscoop |
The shutdown has already caused economic problems for IT companies, but a federal default could make those troubles more severe.
PC World |
SAP may build a second data center in Australia to meet customer demand for locally delivered cloud services in the wake of PRISM.
PC Advisor |
The agency's work against encryption could lead to a loss of trust in the government and US companies.
E-Commerce Times |
Twitter on Wednesday launched Twitter Alerts, a new emergency notification service.
NextGov |
A crisis threatening the U.S. helium reserve threatens production of semiconductors and computer chips.
TechNewsWorld |
“NIST and the NSA have always had a close relationship, but this was not supposed to extend into subverting cryptographic standards," says Daniel Castro