WASHINGTON—The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF), the leading think tank for science and technology policy, today announced the launch of a
June 14, 2021
ITIF Launches ‘Schumpeter Project’ to Advance Antitrust Reforms That Put Innovation at the Center of US Competition Policy
June 11, 2021
House Antitrust Bills Impose Unfair Obligations on Innovative Companies and Harm Innovation and Consumers
The bills presented by Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI) take direct inspiration from the European Commission’s Digital Markets Act and impose stringent obligations and prohibitions on a handful of innovative companies. This will ultimately harm innovation and consumers.
June 9, 2021
Arbitrary TikTok and WeChat Bans Were Bad Policy and Process; Going Forward, Government Should Act On Evidence and Risk
WASHINGTON—Following today’s Exec
June 8, 2021
ITIF Commends Senate Passage of US Innovation and Competition Act; Urges House to Authorize Adequate R&D Funding
WASHINGTON—Following the U.S.
June 7, 2021
Just 4 Percent of US Industries Are Highly Concentrated, ITIF Finds in Analysis of New Census Data, Contradicting Antitrust Alarmists
Many antitrust scholars, pundits, and policymakers have sounded alarms in recent years, claiming that market concentration has been rising across the U.S. economy to the detriment of competition. But the latest Census data on industry concentration paints a very different picture.
June 4, 2021
This week, King county, Washington, became the first county in the US to ban its sheriff’s office and other agencies from using facial recognition technology in nearly all circumstances.
June 3, 2021
Still, the fact that both parties are finding reasons to back government-funded research amounts to a changed landscape, according to Robert Atkinson, president of the Information Technology
May 24, 2021
“There is absolutely no need or compelling rationale” for the IP waiver, according to Stephen Ezell, vice president at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, a technology think tank.
May 20, 2021
“Taiwan accounts for 92 percent of semiconductor production at the most sophisticated sub-7 nanometer process levels,” Stephen Ezell, vice president at the Information Technology and Innovation Fou
May 20, 2021
US expert: Taiwan is an important source of US semiconductors and high-tech. It would be unimaginable if it falls into the hands of China
“The fact that China’s major PV manufacturers have operated for the better part of a decade without making much money,”