News Articles


Financial Times
The PRISM revelations continue to benefit European cloud service providers.
Washington Post
The Bank’s drive to encourage growth in China does not factor in the global consequences says Robert Atkinson
Information Week
Proposed regulations by the Indian government seek to combat foreign surveillance.
San Antonio Express News
ITIF estimates the PRISM revelations could cost U.S. cloud computing firms up to $35 billion.
Washington Times
Many overseas customers now understand that the U.S. Constitution offers them no protection from NSA eavesdropping.
The Hill
ITIF filed an amicus brief with the Ninth Circuit, urging the court to reconsider its decision in the Google Street View Case.
Matthew Stepp argues carbon tax advocates like Musk have not properly analyzed what is needed to make alternatives competitive.
Innovation Trail
Stephen Ezell argues the shutdown is just another example of the failure of the federal government to consistently and predictably invest in scientific research.
Wall Street Journal
Recent allegations that the National Security Agency has influenced encryption standards could have lasting implications for the competitiveness of U.S. companies.
Wall Street Journal
Europeans are beginning to demonstrate their preference for non-U.S. cloud vendors, something multinationals need to be concerned about.