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Rob Atkinson argues utilizing a German-style apprenticeship model in the U.S. is possible but does have its challenges.
Huffington Post
Policy should focus on addressing on the absolute harm that comes from the use of data as opposed to regulating the collection of data itself, says Robert Atkinson.
South China Morning Post
ITA talks end on a positive note with ministers pledging to find a way forward to end deadlock over tariffs.
Scripps Howard
ITIF hosted a panel discussion and technology demonstration designed to enhance voting accessibility for the disabled.
Agence France Presse
Allowing for limited prioritization of certain types of traffic ultimately benefits the Internet as a whole and in no way threatens its openness, says Doug Brake.

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SAP may build a second data center in Australia to meet customer demand for locally delivered cloud services in the wake of PRISM.
PC Advisor
The agency's work against encryption could lead to a loss of trust in the government and US companies.
E-Commerce Times
Twitter on Wednesday launched Twitter Alerts, a new emergency notification service.
NextGov
A crisis threatening the U.S. helium reserve threatens production of semiconductors and computer chips.
TechNewsWorld
“NIST and the NSA have always had a close relationship, but this was not supposed to extend into subverting cryptographic standards," says Daniel Castro