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December 2, 2020
Holding up the NDAA in an effort to kill Section 230 is a terrible idea that politicizes national security at the expense of free speech and innovation in the Internet economy.
November 30, 2020
A new ITIF report finds that claims that drastic measures are needed for the United States to catch up to China in the 5G race often stem from misleading comparisons of 5G deployment.
November 23, 2020
A new ITIF report warns that, if not deterred by the United States and like-minded economic allies, Chinese firms’ expansion will come at the cost of American jobs, exports, and economic growth.
November 16, 2020
A new ITIF report, the first in a new series examining misconceptions about broadband policy, takes a close look at the most common arguments for an all-fiber network and finds they rest on a series of false premises and faulty analysis.
November 9, 2020
A new ITIF report shows that claim asserting that large Internet companies are impeding competition by engaging in “killer acquisitions” or by creating “kill zones” through market dominance are vastly exaggerated.

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December 10, 2020
“Companies and investors are going to lose faith in regulators if policymakers want to reverse course on prior decisions and call a mulligan this late in the game,” said Robert Atkinson, president
December 10, 2020
The looming legal battle will shed light on whether the access restrictions are emblematic of a structural problem within platforms such as Facebook, said Robert Atkinson, president of the Informat
December 8, 2020
Doug Brake, director of broadband and spectrum policy at the nonpartisan public policy think tank Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, sees an opportunity early in the Biden administra
December 7, 2020
Trump deserves a great deal of credit for this improvement, and certainly would have won re-election except for COVID-19. His 2017 corporate tax cut was flawed.
December 7, 2020
The Center for Data Innovation (CDI), a non-profit think tank that studies the intersection of data, technology and public policy, has gone to bat for increased federal funding for ‘center class’ a

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