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The Globe and Mail
When conducted properly data de-identification can be a useful tool for protecting privacy, while enabling innovation.
Reuters
This could lead to further foreign economic backlash against U.S. technology companies.
Consumer Reports
The do-it-yourself economy is transforming industries, services, and society as a whole.
TechRepublic
Publishing open data with economic value shouldn't preclude digitizing and releasing data with other societal value.
Bloomberg
Despite the worsening environment in China, companies have no choice but to stay in a growing market of 1.4 billion people, says Robert Atkinson.

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Computer World
A Congressional commission that warned U.S. companies that using China-based cloud services posed a security risk could lead to retaliation against American tech companies.
TechNewsWorld
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CRN
With the growing use of consumer electronics and the lack of hard evidence that they disrupted flight it made sense that the FAA would have to revisit these rules, says Daniel Castro.
Fedscoop
Government needs to take a hands-on approach to data innovation.
IP Watch
Michelle Wein argues recent decisions by the Canadian courts reduce the effectiveness of the international patent system, inhibit innovation and reduce the distribution of life-saving medications.