WASHINGTON—In response to President Biden’s executive order directi
February 24, 2021
February 22, 2021
ITIF Proposes Section 230 Reform That Holds Internet Platforms Responsible for Their Conduct, Not for Users’ Speech
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
Maryland’s Digital Advertising Tax Is Distortionary Discrimination That Will Harm Local Businesses and Consumers, Says ITIF
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.
February 11, 2021
From Robotic Automation to Electric Vehicles, New Report Argues Innovation Must Drive Postal Reform, Not Privatization or Subsidies
WASHINGTON—With the Biden administration and Congress turning their attention toward U.S.
February 9, 2021
As Congress debates whether to raise the minimum wage—and to what level— conventional economic analysis continues to debate the wrong question: is the loss of jobs worth the improvement in wages for low-wage workers? The CBO study makes the same mistake.
December 1, 2020
By April 15, the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation had found that 26 state unemployment websites had crashed.
November 29, 2020
Here’s How The U.S. Election Could Impact Automation, Cybersecurity, Data Privacy And Other Key Issues CIOs Care About
The election will also help determine whether America can sustain its role as a global innovation leader.
November 28, 2020
En 2019, los accesos digitales ilegales a contenidos protegidos por derechos de propiedad intelectual ocasionaron un perjuicio al sector de 2.437 millones de euros.
November 26, 2020
En medio de una pandemia mundial, un nuevo informe encuentra innovaciones prometedoras emergentes para la salud pública y la política económica
Los impactos económicos y en la salud pública del COVID-19 han variado en severidad en todo el mundo, pero superar la pandemia requerirá que la comunidad mundial tome más medidas colectivas. Están
November 17, 2020
“They’re in a difficult political situation,” said Rob Atkinson, the head of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation think tank, who helped lead a tech advisory committee for Biden dur