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Wired
Foreign consumers and corporate clients are reconsidering using third-party storage companies in the U.S. for their data.
Information Week
The FAA should not create rules that hamper revolutionary applications of technology, says Alan McQuinn.
New York Times
U.S. tech companies are increasingly concerned the “rug could be pulled out from under them” in China, says Rob Atkinson.
Fedscoop
The Center for Data Innovation and the Sunlight Foundation explored the social impact of open data at a recent event.
South China Morning Post
Beijing's hosting of APEC meeting revives hopes for an agreement to expand scope of tariff cuts.
The Hill
To fully take advantage of technological innovation America needs a national productivity strategy, says Robert Atkinson.
Scientific American
If all Americans used self-driving cars, studies show it would reduce U.S. gasoline consumption 20 to 30 percent.
The Guardian
The claim by some advocates that GMOs are unsafe does not hold up to scrutiny.
Bloomberg
Foreign customers are already choosing not to buy American IT products because of concerns over NSA surveillance.
Roll Call
Daniel Castro argues that the FTC’s lawsuit against Amazon “reflects an unfortunate trend of the FTC creating policy through punitive consent decrees.”