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National Journal
Daniel Castro argued the change in Internet governance could stifle innovation, commerce, and the free flow of ideas.
Agence France-Press
The change opens the door to other governments modifying the Internet's architecture for political reasons.
Washington Post
Without strong global rules, the drug development process will suffer, says Stephen Ezell.
Washington Post
Under this new system there will now be no mechanism to prevent interference in Internet governance, says Daniel Castro.
Politico
Negative implications could include a splintering of the Web and reduced transparency.

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Fedscoop
The federal government’s ability to keep up with innovation has lagged behind due to its outdated IT procurement policies, says Alan McQuinn.
FierceWireless
ITIF’s Center for Data Innovation proposed 10 policy principles to govern development of the Internet of Things.