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March 8, 2021
WASHINGTON—Heavy industries such as steel, cement, and chemicals account for a significant share of greenhouse gas emissions, and that share is continuing to grow, yet U.S.
February 25, 2021
Congress must avoid the pitfalls of a static approach for the regulation of dynamic markets, and should push for regulation that ultimately helps foster, preserve, and increase innovation as an essential source of competition.
February 24, 2021
WASHINGTON—In response to President Biden’s executive order directi
February 22, 2021
In a comprehensive review and analysis of the Section 230 issue and the most prominent arguments and proposals that have been put forward, ITIF concludes it is important for reforms to preserve online innovation, encourage content moderation, avoid targeting lawful speech, and maintain a consistent national standard for online intermediary liability.
February 11, 2021
The simple fact is that taxing digital advertising is discriminatory. Why not tax highway billboards, TV ads, or newspaper ads? The obvious answer is that lawmakers want to grab revenue from out-of-state firms in an ill-advised, distortionary attempt to shore up state tax coffers at the expense of local businesses that advertise on the Internet.

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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
December 7, 2020
Center for Data Innovation called for $10 billion in federal funding over five years on Monday for high-performance computing to meet AI research demands. The Washington-based think tank said the f
December 3, 2020
“Because Section 230 shields online services from liability for their users’ speech, these services can moderate content on their platforms in a way that best protects users’ safety and freedom of
December 1, 2020
By April 15, the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation had found that 26 state unemployment websites had crashed.

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