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The Christian Science Monitor
ITIF suggest the government could hold a certain number of visas constant every year in each profession and allow companies to bid for visas beyond the regular allotment.
The San Francisco Chronicle
“It’s an assertion of leadership on the postmaster general’s part: ‘We’ve got to do this or we risk destroying the enterprise,’” said Rob Atkinson, president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation.
The Washington Examiner
The delay caused by Powerwave could last between three months and a year, depending on the bankruptcy proceedings, said Richard Bennett.
The Wall Street Journal
Even the do-not-track clause — arguably the Obama administration’s biggest proposal to promote online privacy — may be a step too far, says Daniel Castro.
MIT Technology Review
Cuts and a decade of stagnation loom ahead for renewed clean energy funding.

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NextGov
The Data Innovation Day Washington Policy Conference featured a review of the Open Data 500, a list of companies powered by open government data including Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway.
Mashable
NSA efforts to undermine encryption standards were one of the main controversial issues not addressed in the President’s speech on Friday.
Computer World
The U.S. government needs to renounce the introduction of back doors and other vulnerabilities into commercial products, says Daniel Castro.
TechNewsWorld
"The question now is, do you trust all the components attached to your computer?" asked Daniel Castro.
E Commerce Times
Daniel Castro argues substantial reforms to surveillance program are need to restore the public trust.