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National Journal
Daniel Castro argues that too much regulation could stymie the many benefits of data.
Scientific American
Smart transportation technologies allow us to bend the carbon curve down in the intermediate time frame, says Matthew Stepp.
Advertising Age
Underprivileged groups could be harmed by a lack of data gathering, says Daniel Castro.
Pittsburgh Tribune Review
The U.S. currently ranks just 27th in the world in the generosity of its R&D tax credit.
USA Today
The PRISM revelation could cost U.S. tech companies billions.
Politico
The Labs could have a broader economic impact if they better collaborated with regional firms and clusters.
Science
The DOE’s 17 national science laboratories need to get more engaged in economic development, innovation, and technology commercialization at the regional level.
Roll Call
ITIF releases the new report Beyond Internet Universalism.
The Hill
This ‘technological McCarthyism’ is a dangerous game and has no place in broadband regulation narrowly, or tech policy more broadly,” says Robert Atkinson.
Washington Post
Rob Atkinson argues the proposed "Internet slowdown" is an attempt to "whip up the masses" by harnessing a sort of "technological McCarthyism.”