WASHINGTON—Today a coalition of thirty-nine organizations and individuals from prominent research organizations, trade associations, law enforcement groups, and technology companies, sent an
September 26, 2019
September 25, 2019
WASHINGTON—In response to the announcement of a trade agreement between the United States and Japan, the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF), the world’s leading think tan
September 24, 2019
EU Rule Limiting Right to Be Forgotten Is Appropriate Step for Global Internet, Says Leading Tech Policy Think Tank
WASHINGTON—In response to the European Court of Justice ruling that Europe’s Right to Be Forgotten cannot be enforced beyond the European Union (EU), the Information Technology an
September 23, 2019
New Report Shows Nations Falling Significantly Short on Commitments to Double Clean Energy R&D, Putting Climate Progress at Risk
WASHINGTON— As world leaders converge in New York for the annual UN Climate Summit, a
September 19, 2019
Speaker Pelosi’s Drug Pricing Plan Would Limit Innovation and Result in Fewer New Drugs, Says Leading Tech Policy Think Tank
WASHINGTON—In response to Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s drug pricing plan, the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF), the world’s leading think tank for science and technology poli
October 24, 2019
"We've seen in other technologies that if you have customers willing to pay more, they could pilot the systems, and costs could come down.
October 23, 2019
Forbes covered ITIF's report showing that the United States is continuing to fall behind other developed countries in funding for university research.
October 22, 2019
Fast Company covered ITIF's report showing that the United States ranks near the bottom quarter of developed countries when it comes to what percentage of GDP is contributed to research universitie
October 18, 2019
"In the broader sense, this agreement represents progress towards putting in place the new types of agreements that are needed to manage legitimate issues, like cross-border data flows," Nigel Cory
October 17, 2019
In the past, politicians have mainly demanded a so-called “backdoor” to encryption on national security grounds, Daniel Castro told the Financial Times.