ITIF urges U.S. policymakers to take decisive steps to ensure the United States continues to be a world leader in high-performance computing.
April 28, 2016
US Must Up Its Game or Risk Being Surpassed in Supercomputing Race by China, Japan & EU, New ITIF Report Finds
April 27, 2016
ITIF Welcomes House Passage of Long Overdue ECPA Reforms to Safeguard Privacy and Fourth Amendment Protections
Americans expect that their data will receive Fourth Amendment protections regardless of the means used to store it, and this legislation will help bridge that divide.
April 25, 2016
Giving Financial Data Special Treatment in Trade Agreements Harms Consumers and Businesses, and Undermines Digital Economy, New ITIF Analysis Finds
ITIF urges policymakers to walk back efforts to exempt financial data from requirements to enable the free flow of data across borders in the TPP.
April 20, 2016
EU Commission Shows No Concrete Harm to Consumers in Antitrust Allegations Against Google; Holding ‘Open’ Operating Systems to Higher Standard Only Hurts Consumer Choice
Today’s announcement shows that the European Commission holds a misguided view of how competition law should be used to protect consumers in the era of digital platforms.
April 18, 2016
“Adapt It, Fix It, or Suspend It”: In a First-of-Its-Kind Analysis, ITIF Outlines Three Pathways to Revamp U.S. Labor Law for the Gig Economy
ITIF urges Congress to modernize U.S. labor law to better serve workers and companies in the so-called “gig economy."
August 11, 2015
The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation is looking beyond current debates in tech policy to suggest new issues Congress and the administration could take up to spur innovation, writes POLITICO Morning Tech.
August 10, 2015
Supercomputing itself got its start in the U.S. national laboratories with help from technology companies, according to a 2014 report from the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, writes the Wall Street Journal.
August 6, 2015
There are two motivations behind the Chinese government’s move, said Rob Atkinson in the Wall Street Journal. “The first is to limit free speech and exert more state control on information flows. But the second is to push the Internet industry in China even more firmly into being fully indigenous.”
August 4, 2015
Increasing the use of technology in workplaces "cuts costs, and these cost savings are passed on in the form of lower prices and/or higher wages,” said Rob Atkinson in ZDNet.
July 28, 2015
"There are a lot of things the government can do to speed up the rate of productivity," said Rob Atkinson in Fast Company. "But there’s no productivity policy anywhere in the U.S. government."