ITIF released a new e-book arguing for a sea change in thinking that would make productivity growth the principal goal of economic policy.
The unintended exploitation of Bayh-Dole “march-in” rights would significantly harm biomedical innovation, writes Stephen Ezell in Innovation Files.
ITIF urges U.S. policymakers to take decisive steps to ensure the United States continues to be a world leader in high-performance computing.
Americans expect that their data will receive Fourth Amendment protections regardless of the means used to store it, and this legislation will help bridge that divide.
Nigel Cory writes in Innovation Files that Russia is moving away from world trade rules with its increasing use of data localization and mercantilist trade policies.
The broadband privacy rules proposed by the FCC are less about putting consumers in control and more about curtailing business-model innovation, said Doug Brake in Forbes.