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Bloomberg
Agreement will establish common procedures and cut red tape that can leave perishable goods rotting on piers.
The Hill
American tech companies are caught between the U.S. government’s demands for user data and foreign countries’ demands for user protections.
ABCNews.com
"The entire tech industry has been implicated and is now facing a global backlash," says Daniel Castro.
Bloomberg Businessweek
Given the cloudy economic outlook and lack of policy consensus in Washington, “businesses are trying to avoid long-term bets on fixed assets,” says Joe Kennedy.
Boston Globe
As part of a global campaign to reform data collection, a group of companies said concerns over national security should be weighed against individual rights.

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Ozy
Foreign cloud providers are leveraging the current queasiness over U.S. government spying to grab business, says Daniel Castro.