Technology

Consumers paying broadcasters twice

The cable TV monopoly is gone, replaced by rivalry among cable TV, telephone, satellite and new Internet-based providers, like Netflix and Hulu.

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Time for more American dreaming

We must prepare our children for the jobs of the future that will require more skills and a willingness to keep adapting throughout their careers.

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Congress must protect inventors from strong-arm tactics

If you’re an inventor trying to get fair value for your patent today, you’re likely to find yourself targeted with the kind of threat Tony Soprano would have approved—“give us our cut, or we’ll put you out of business.” 

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Cybersecurity could be the next bipartisan breakthrough

The most optimistic Congressional observers (a rare breed in Washington) have dared express the view that the recently enacted two-year budget agreement may encourage representatives and senators of both political parties to come together to...

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Economic growth relies on an invisible infrastructure

As Washington debates deficit reduction, politicians should consider how revisions to wireless spectrum policy could provide a cost-effective boost to economic growth while generating additional revenues for the Treasury.

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