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Daniel Castro argues new global privacy laws could have significant negative consequences for the digital economy.
Washington Post
By 2020, China will devote nearly as large a share of its economy to R&D, both public and private, as the U.S. does.
PC Magazine
"Content is now available in multiple formats, often for free, and despite this piracy continues to grow," says Michelle Wein.
Financial Times
The PRISM revelations continue to benefit European cloud service providers.
Washington Post
The Bank’s drive to encourage growth in China does not factor in the global consequences says Robert Atkinson