Getting these two bills to the president’s desk is an important step forward on reaching agreement on other important tech issues. But more must be done.
The Made in America Manufacturing Communities Act strengthens U.S. manufacturing at community levels, writes Stephen Ezell in Innovation Files.
The United States needs a uniform policy that encourages the use of encryption, not a patchwork of state policies trying to limit it.
The FTC's "PrivacyCon" lacked a diversity of perspectives, writes Alan McQuinn in Innovation Files.
Robert Reich’s new book reads like the last message in a game of telephone on the topic of broadband policy, writes Doug Brake in Real Clear Policy.
Government policies shouldn't shy away from investments in technological innovation, new equipment, labor skills, and infrastructure in order to increase productivity, writes Gregory Tassey in the Christian Science Monitor.