News Articles


The Economist
The recent NSA revelations could have dire consequences for the Internet economy.
Washington Times
“These are exactly the types of repercussions that we feared would happen when the NSA leaks first came out,” says ITIF’s Daniel Castro.
Media Post
ITIF argued that the recent Google Street View ruling was short-sighted and rested on flawed logic.
International Business Times
The court’s Street View ruling is based on a technically inaccurate notion that intercepting wireless traffic is fundamentally different from intercepting radio communications.
“The NSA has single-handedly tarnished the reputation of the entire U.S. tech industry,” says ITIF’s Daniel Castro.
A new report by ITIF argues the claim that increased productivity eliminates jobs is misguided speculation.
Washington Post
As part of the inaugural MTP tour, ITIF’s Travis Korte investigated the use of data innovation technologies by companies and governments across the country.
San Jose Mercury News
A summer-long drumbeat of revelations about government online spying has put some of Silicon Valley's biggest companies in an increasingly uncomfortable bind.
The Guardian
Continued reverberations from PRISM will have an increasing impact on cloud providers.
“This most recent news will certainly contribute to the perception that U.S. Internet companies cannot be trusted,” says ITIF’s Daniel Castro.