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Daniel Castro highlights the case of a 10-year-old girl whose parents had to file a federal lawsuit in order to get her a lung transplant.
Agence France
New rules for online child privacy are misguided and could prevent websites and developers from creating new, child-friendly services.
USA Today
"The new COPPA rules are an example of regulators putting privacy ahead of innovation," says Daniel Castro. “Unfortunately, in this case, it's hard to see how children come out ahead."
Washington Post
A discussion of ITIF’s report Drilling for Innovation: Funding Clean Energy R&D with Oil and Gas Revenue
Manufacturing in the U.S. declined more in the last decade than it did in the Great Depression.
Daniel Castro discusses Twitter’s small presence in Washington, compared to other tech companies.
The sad truth is that the institutional management structures that govern the National Labs have not advanced far beyond the Cold War.
The National Journal
ITIF, the Heritage Foundation and the Center for American Progress release new report on reforming the National Labs System.
Toronto Star
“Technological intolerance” has hampered adoption of GMOs, particularly in Africa.
“This is basically Sarah Palin's 'Death Panels' but for the Internet," says Daniel Castro