The U.S. system for discovering and developing new medicines is under threat.
February 22, 2016
US Leadership in Biomedical Innovation Under Threat as Populists Attack Industry and Libertarians Attack Government, ITIF Finds in New Policy Analysis
February 11, 2016
Getting these two bills to the president’s desk is an important step forward on reaching agreement on other important tech issues. But more must be done.
February 10, 2016
The United States needs a uniform policy that encourages the use of encryption, not a patchwork of state policies trying to limit it.
February 8, 2016
By Blocking Agricultural Innovation, Anti-GMO Campaigns Could Cost African Farmers $1.5 Trillion Through 2050, New ITIF Report Concludes
February 5, 2016
On Anniversary of Barlow’s Cyberspace ‘Declaration of Independence,’ ITIF Renews Alternate Call for Interdependence in Governing Internet
ITIF calls for symbiotic relationship between sovereign nations & citizens to oversee cyberspace.
November 11, 2015
"I would be hard-pressed to think that this would have been Microsoft's first choice had they not had pressure from the Europeans and especially from the Germans,” said Rob Atkinson in the Associated Press. "They had no choice but to make this deal, with a telecom who frankly is a competitor of Microsoft."
November 11, 2015
“If Airbnb is not at least somewhat flexible on their part, cities will just dig in their heels,” said Rob Atkinson in the New York Times.
November 6, 2015
“For some of the smaller broadcasters, there’s not surging demand for over-the-air broadcasting. It’s an industry kind of in decline,” said Doug Brake in Morning Consult. “For those old family businesses that are looking to retire it’s an easy way… Here’s some retirement money!”
November 4, 2015
"[People who leave reviews are] actually being a public citizen, they're taking their valuable time. If we have a collective climate of fear, then people are not going to be able to do it,” said Rob Atkinson on CBS News.
October 29, 2015
ITIF is proposing a "Grand Bargain" bill that would provide a legislative underpinning for most of the FCC's new Open Internet rules, while allowing for some paid prioritization and funding broadband deployment programs, writes Broadcasting & Cable.