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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.
VizWorld |
The Center for Data Innovation will host a day-long policy conference in Washington, DC in honor of Data Innovation Day, January 23.
Computer World |
The case could have major implications for evolution of the digital economy.
Jobs Forum Panelists Call for Revolutionizing Delaware's Workforce |
The current federal IT process is largely broken and HealthCare.gov is simply the newest reminder of that dysfunction, says Robert Atkinson.
Manufacturing.net |
ITIF hosted a panel on the policies needed to improve semiconductor innovation.
Computer World |
"The entire tech industry has been implicated and is now facing a global backlash," states Daniel Castro
Fierce Government IT |
Differing regulatory frameworks post-PRISM threaten growth of digital economy.
E-Commerce Times |
Microsoft's encryption plan is a reaction to questions from their customers about what can be done to secure their data, says Daniel Castro.
Mashable |
Daniel Castro argues the site still has a ways to go to reach the necessary level of quality.
The Scientist |
Val Giddings served as a judge for The Scientist’s annual innovation awards.
Computer World |
A Congressional commission that warned U.S. companies that using China-based cloud services posed a security risk could lead to retaliation against American tech companies.