Many antitrust scholars, pundits, and policymakers have sounded alarms in recent years, claiming that market concentration has been rising across the U.S. economy to the detriment of competition. But the latest Census data on industry concentration paints a very different picture.
June 7, 2021
Just 4 Percent of US Industries Are Highly Concentrated, ITIF Finds in Analysis of New Census Data, Contradicting Antitrust Alarmists
June 3, 2021
Half of Most Popular Federal Websites Fail Accessibility Tests for Users With Disabilities, ITIF Finds
WASHINGTON—Despite a legal requirement for federal agencies to follow modern standards of web accessibility for users with disabilities, 30 percent of the most popular federal websites fail to do s
June 2, 2021
Banning a technology that the county is not even using achieves nothing good. It does not reduce government surveillance, diminish policing of political activists, or lessen racial injustice
June 1, 2021
Budget Proposal Focuses Attention on Neglected Priorities in U.S. Clean Energy Innovation, ITIF Says
The administration’s budget focuses attention on neglected priorities in clean energy innovation as well as providing a much-needed boost across the board.
May 26, 2021
Baltimore’s Facial Recognition Ban Is the Most Restrictive in Nation—Shockingly Out of Line With Practical Reality, Says ITIF
If Baltimore proceeds with this proposal, it will develop a reputation as a city openly hostile to technological innovation.
August 3, 2021
Broadband also receives one of the largest single spending lines in the bill, with $65 billion promised to bring high-speed Internet to more Americans in areas where it is either prohibitivel
August 3, 2021
“Early proposals from the administration indicated an intent to transform broadband into an old-fashioned utility through massive, wasteful overbuilding,” said Doug Brake, director of broadba
July 28, 2021
Privacy is also a concern with
July 26, 2021
A new law designed to regulate artificial intelligence in Europe could end up costing the EU economy 31 billion euros ($36 billion) over the next five years, according to a report from Washington-b
July 23, 2021
Opponents of an IP waiver say it would compromise critical aspects of production, leaving partnerships with vaccine makers a better option for getting doses out the door.