Technology

Don’t let the FCC steal the future

The Internet is supposed to be the future for the creative community, offering vast new opportunities that more than make up for the “creative destruction” of traditional business models.

Well into 2016, it is fair to say that creative...

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Racing to the finish line in the Smart City Challenge

At first glance, a federal grant about technological innovations for mobility might not have much to do with racial equality in Austin, Texas. After all, Austin is one of seven finalists for the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Smart City...

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Investing in our inventors

Scientific discoveries and inventions in America’s college campus labs are accelerating modern technological progress at an astounding rate. Look at the advancements in 3-D printing, environmentally-friendly manufacturing, genomics and more....

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New recommendations on digital copyright policy

In 1998, Bill Clinton was President, Google had just formed, Britney Spears released her first single, Titanic was taking theaters by storm, and Europe adopted the Euro. It was also the year of the last major revision of U.S. copyright law....

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Congress, it’s time to vote on email privacy

In 1986 the Internet was just an experimental form of communication between a handful of academics, and yet more than 30 years later, Americans’ online email privacy laws remain stuck in the pre-internet era. At this moment, law enforcement can...

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