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Time
Entire U.S. industries are facing increased threat of a global backlash from customers due to the PRISM revelations.
Salon
The U.S. used to lead the world in innovation but today we are falling behind our principle competitors to the detriment of our economy.
San Jose Mercury News
Google’s Project Loon is seeking to connect the two-thirds of the world's population who are on the wrong side of the digital divide.
New York Times
Francis S. Collins suggests that President Obama read “Leadership in Decline: Assessing U.S. International Competitiveness in Biomedical Research.”
PBS
In an op-ed for PBS’ the Business Desk, Vivek Wadhwa sites an ITIF report which analyzes the STEM worker shortage in the U.S.

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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
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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