Instead of nullifying the Safe Harbor, policymakers in the United States and EU should work together to make a number of much-needed privacy reforms, says Daniel Castro.
Gϋnther Oettinger's visit to the did little to dispel U.S. concerns about the Digital Single Market, writes Nigel Cory in Innovation Files.
When privacy advocates merely scare consumers away from innovation rather than working to create sensible solutions for integrating useful new technologies into society, they slow the pace of economic and social progress, writes Alan McQuinn in Tech Crunch.
On this National Manufacturing Day, policymakers can and should be doing much more to stimulate the growth and competitiveness of America's manufacturing economy, write Stephen Ezell and Adams Nager in The Hill.
How to better measure the benefits of the open Internet and the costs of restricting access to it is a critical question, because a growing number of governments around the world are blocking Internet flows or prohibiting access to certain content, writes Rob Atkinson in Innovation Files.
Since its inception after World War II, the practice of local and regional economic development has been largely divorced from national economic development policies, writes Rob Atkinson.