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The Daily Caller
Putting U.S. companies in a position of violating local laws greatly harms their ability to do business overseas.
National Journal
Daniel Castro argues that too much regulation could stymie the many benefits of data.
Scientific American
Smart transportation technologies allow us to bend the carbon curve down in the intermediate time frame, says Matthew Stepp.
Advertising Age
Underprivileged groups could be harmed by a lack of data gathering, says Daniel Castro.
Pittsburgh Tribune Review
The U.S. currently ranks just 27th in the world in the generosity of its R&D tax credit.

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E-Commerce Times
China's rampage against Microsoft -- whose software has been pirated in the country for years -- has led its government to renew efforts to build a viable operating system of its own.
E-Commerce Times
Apple, Google and "all the major CDNs are already paying the ISPs for this sort of interconnection, this is not anything new," says Doug Brake.
Army Technology
DOD clean energy investments should be a central component of broader climate policy because they offer a path to rapid cost declines that preclude commercial market entrance.
Government Executive
Hawaii and Illinois lead an open data policy ranking produced by the Center for Data Innovation.
StateScoop
States creating new open data policies or portals, or refreshing old ones, have many opportunities to learn from the experiences of early adopters.