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National Journal
Better use of data could help remedy common—and often unseen—discriminatory behavior.
Reuters
India’s continuation of existing -and even the promulgation of some new - trade-distorting policies do cause concern, says Stephen Ezell.
San Jose Mercury News
The Chinese market is all but blocked for many American Internet companies.
The Daily Caller
Putting U.S. companies in a position of violating local laws greatly harms their ability to do business overseas.
National Journal
Daniel Castro argues that too much regulation could stymie the many benefits of data.

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E-Commerce Times
Prematurely trying to write the rules of the road for the Internet of Things will likely stagnate innovation, says Daniel Castro.
Urban Milwaukee
ITIF’s State New Economy Index ranks Wisconsin as 31st among the states.
Breaking Energy
Tax incentives can play a critical role in supporting energy innovation, but only if they are focused on supporting next generation technology development, says Matthew Stepp.
The Verge
The real choice is between continued erosion of our manufacturing capabilities or a more revolutionary transformation through technology.
FedScoop
“We want to protect people’s privacy, but there are ways to do that without forestalling innovation,” says Daniel Castro