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November 30, 2015
ITIF urged U.S. policymakers to lower the corporate tax rate on innovative economic activity so the United States can regain lost ground in the global economy.
November 19, 2015
ITIF called on UN climate negotiators meeting soon in Paris to commit to research and development initiatives that spur innovation in clean energy.
November 19, 2015
The innovative biotechnology involved in genetically engineering salmon promises to bring healthy and affordable food to countless consumers with lower environmental impact than traditional ocean-farmed salmon.
November 17, 2015
The Center for Data Innovation, an affiliated research institute of ITIF, announced that it has launched a European policy program in Brussels and has named Paul MacDonnell head of European policy.

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April 8, 2016
On a per-GDP basis, the United States, Switzerland, Taiwan, Singapore and Sweden "contribute the most to global life-sciences innovation," the ITIF report found, writes POLITICO Pulse.
March 31, 2016
“It’s sort of a big question mark. It’s hard to predict how many people will participate,” said Doug Brake in the International Business Times.
March 24, 2016
“The role of the government should be to strengthen, not weaken, security. This means that the government should report zero-day exploits to the private sector rather than hoarding them for its own purposes. At a minimum, the FBI should release its vulnerability disclosure policy so there can be a public discussion on what responsible disclosure should look like for the government,” said Daniel Castro in the Christian Science Monitor.
March 10, 2016
“A sector-specific privacy rule making for broadband providers is misguided. It is unfortunate that privacy activists have successfully convinced the FCC to ignore the benefits of FTC privacy oversight,” said Doug Brake in the Wall Street Journal.
March 7, 2016
A new study from ITIF found that while the United States isn’t actively harming the global innovation system, we could be doing much more to contribute to it, writes Senator Chris Coons (D-DE) on CNBC.com.

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