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A bipartisan group of lawmakers shows their praise for ideas on how to reform the DOE's National Labs.
Grist
Val Giddings analyzes the extensive federal regulatory framework for genetically modified foods.
Drucker Exchange
Economics rose to prominence in the 20th Century in part because its practitioners argued they could “predict the weather.” But the reality is quite different.
GigaOM
Daniel Castro highlights the case of a 10-year-old girl whose parents had to file a federal lawsuit in order to get her a lung transplant.
Agence France
New rules for online child privacy are misguided and could prevent websites and developers from creating new, child-friendly services.

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International Business Times
U.S. cloud computing providers stand to lose big in the wake of PRISM.
National Business Review
New Zealand’s efforts to monitor electronic communications could have an economic backlash.
ECCUtah
Matthew Stepp toured Salt Lake City’s Energy Commercialization Center and discussed energy innovation policy with local entrepreneurs, activists and policy makers.
CIO Magazine
Life in the cloud hasn't been the same since Edward Snowden began leaking secrets about government snooping on the Internet.
Business Insider
If foreign governments enact protectionist trade barriers that effectively cut out US providers America could lose its cloud computing leadership.