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The Washington Post
ITIF’s Matthew Stepp and Travis Korte were two of the innovators to participate in the Millennial trains Project.
Washington Post
Recent reports by U.S. technology companies make clear that foreign governments are aggressively compelling the “lawful” disclosure of information, just as the NSA does.
Wall Street Journal
Rosy projections of a U.S. manufacturing recovery ignore reality and fail to focus on the policy measures needed to regain production of high-tech goods.
National Geographic
ITIF’s Travis Korte and Matthew Stepp discuss their participation in the Millennium Trains Project
The Sydney Morning Herald
ITIF's figure of projected post-PRISM U.S. cloud computing losses is referenced in this article.

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