Zero-rating programs should be welcomed as a way to increase value for consumers, not as a threat to the open Internet as some critics have charged.
The U.S. must transform physical infrastructure into digital to seize economic opportunities.
In light of Panama Papers, Europe has a long way to go before corporate data is truly accessible to the public and should follow the UK's lead, writes Daniel Castro in EurActiv.
We can no longer simply hope that some R&D funding actually yields economic results.
Nigel Cory argues in Morning Consult that some criticism of the TPP's IP chapter should be ignored.
As long as clean energy costs more than dirty energy, most countries will simply set less ambitious goals, or change or ignore them, writes Rob Atkinson in Innovation: The Journal of Technology Commercialization.