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Los Angeles Times
The U.S. government’s plan to hand over Internet oversight is full of risks.
Science
In a discussion surrounding STEM education and labor policy, ITIF argued there is a shortage of STEM workers that is inhibiting the innovation economy.
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.

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GovLoop
A new ITIF report presents a novel paradigm for international Internet policy.
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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
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