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FiveThirtyEight
What will the world look like in 2064?
Christian Science Monitor
Part of the appeal “is the cache and novelty of having access to new technology right now,” says Daniel Castro.
Wall Street Journal
The development of protectionist IT policies by multiple nations in the wake of PRISM could damage the digital economy.
InfromationWeek
Any commitment made by ICANN is not binding unless there is some accountability mechanism in place to back up that promise, says Daniel Castro.
Wall Street Journal
Daniel Castro testified before the House Judiciary Committee on the ICANN transition.

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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.