In addition to the billions of dollars in direct economic costs, trade secret theft also stifles innovation.
It’s good news that the Federal Communications Commission is examining the state of video competition.
A gulf exists between consumer and business lobby perceptions of privacy problems.
The U.S. innovation economy now supports more than 30 percent of U.S. GDP.
A Government Accountability Office report from a few years ago said it expected GPS satellites to begin crumbling as early as 2010.
In the technology sector, we recognize that the new normal must include greater action from each of us.
Your audience can find you only if they have a modem or a set-top box or software that lets them know you are there.
The United States is on the cusp of the biggest revolution in transportation in over a century.
This new competition is leading to a virtuous cycle of innovation, investment, increased choice, economic growth, and job creation.
It’s been hard to develop legislation that protects student privacy while maximizing educational effectiveness and encouraging innovation.