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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.
Washington Post
Under this new system there will now be no mechanism to prevent interference in Internet governance, says Daniel Castro.
Politico
Negative implications could include a splintering of the Web and reduced transparency.

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Beach reading for both tech policy wonks and anyone interested in science and technology.
City Journal
Due to an unsustainable policy environment, Rhode Island has “the costs of Minnesota and the quality of Mississippi,” says Robert Atkinson.
Government Technology
When it comes to big data, if we choose privacy first, last and always we are choosing less money, less innovation, less health, and less safety, says Rob Atkinson.
Network World
“Building the IoT will require massive amounts of cooperation and coordination between firms,” says Daniel Castro.
CIO
Daniel Castro argues the Consumer Privacy Bill of rights has the potential to kill a large part of the promise of big data analytics.