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National Journal
We don’t know if Russia or China hacked Clinton’s emails, and we may never know.
Huffington Post
Federal funding cuts are leading to an erosion of America’s preeminence in biomedicine.
The Hill
ITIF joined the Global Colon Cancer Association in calling for strong IP protections in the upcoming TPP agreement.
South China Morning Post
Concerns about cybersecurity have become a convenient excuse for China to enact a new set of policies that favor domestic technology suppliers, says Stephen Ezell.
Wall Street Journal
International tech firms face new challenges in the wake of draft antiterrorism law.

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Computer World
Using Title II is a "dramatic reversal of the light-touch regulatory policy that has seen the Internet flourish through the tenure of the past five FCC chairmen," says Doug Brake.
FierceWireless
The IoT conversation in Washington is too focused on risks and concerns, and instead should be centered on how government can be an active partner in working with industry.
IDG News Service
The FTC’s call for broad-based privacy legislation is an attempt to “shoehorn old ideas” onto a new technology.
Tech News World
Google would bring its considerable expertise in networks and software, while Musk would figure out how to produce satellites at the best price, says Doug Brake.
Governing
As data-driven services and programs have grown, so has the data disparity between the rich and the poor.