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Climate Wire
Americans will soon be able to surf the Internet, hold a video call and connect with friends on social media all via the dashboard of their car while sitting in the driver's seat.
Christian Science Monitor
ITIF estimated last year that China’s stealing of US intellectual property cost nearly 1 million US jobs.
Area Development Magazine
Rob Atkinson argues immigration reform, specifically addressing those in high-skilled STEM fields, is needed in order to meet work force needs and bring technically skilled workers to the U.S.
E&E News
E&E News highlighted ITIF's work that promotes real climate solutions in a feature piece.
USA Today
Rob Atkinson weighs in on the nomination of Tom Wheeler, saying, "The historic nature of this transition stresses every fiber of communication policy. The new FCC chairman will have to focus his considerable talents on this challenge."

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The FCC has given preliminary approval to a controversial new approach to Net neutrality
GreenBiz 101
It is already clear that businesses and cities can benefit from connected machines in tangible ways.
FedScoop
Daniel Castro commended the administration for its efforts, but said the report is a “reminder that we have a long way to go before Washington gets over its fear of big data.”
E Pluribus Unum
“With this legislation, big data is finally coming of age in the federal government,” says Daniel Castro.
Computer World
Doug Brake argues broadband adoption needs to be as important a component of policy as access.