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 23, 2020
Chinese Expansion in Global Digital Markets Will Cost U.S. Jobs, Exports, and Economic Growth, Says New ITIF Report
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
Is Big Tech Killing Startups and Stifling Innovation? No, Says New ITIF Report After Examining the Evidence
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.
November 7, 2020
How Will Biden Approach Technology and Innovation Issues? New ITIF Report Examines President-Elect’s Policy Agenda
A new ITIF report analyzes President-elect Joe Biden’s policy agenda on a range of tech-related issues, from the digital economy to trade policy, advanced manufacturing, life science, and clean energy.
October 28, 2020
Section 230 has been instrumental in shaping the modern Internet and enabling businesses to create countless online sites and services that consumers use daily. Many proposals to eliminate or alter Section 230 would undermine their business models and pose a major setback to free speech and innovation.
October 30, 2020
“Because it’s obviously California, one of the largest states, it’s the home of many businesses and it affects many businesses who have a geographic reach into that state.
October 27, 2020
Genome editing may be one of the solutions to address climate change.
October 27, 2020
Almost all K-12 students in CT now have internet access. What’s the plan for seniors and others without school-aged families?
For example, when the pandemic left hundreds of thousands of people unemployed, Connecticut’s system to file unemployment claims performed poorly on mobile devices, according to a
October 26, 2020
“You can imagine an outcome where the Justice Department prevents Google from paying Apple to be on its phones, but Apple would probably do the same thing it’s doing now,” said Robert Atkinson, pre
October 22, 2020
Joe Kennedy, senior fellow at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, a nonpartisan group that focuses on the intersection of innovation and public policy, said in an interview that w