Blindly Following the EU Will Undercut U.S. Innovation

In an unusual mission, American officials recently flew to Brussels to collaborate with foreign dignitaries at the “Antitrust, Regulation and the Next World Order” forum. Their goal was to devise strategies to undermine America’s leading tech companies through a coordinated regulatory plan that unfortunately will undermine our domestic engines of innovation. […]

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Will Short-Sighted Regulators Hand America’s Tech Title Over to China?

As China makes rapid gains in artificial intelligence (AI) and begins wiring the world to easily adapt its version of AI, the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) are in deep discussions on which agency should take the lead in investigating U.S. AI companies for alleged anticompetitive activities, according to a new report from POLITICO. […]

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Four Ways the Federal Trade Commission Can Help America Win the Global Tech Race

America and China are locked in an intense competition for global technology leadership. The stakes are high, as the victor will gain a long-term advantage in national security, economic growth, and global influence through the advancement of their values. To prevail, America’s elected officials, policymakers, regulators, and private sector must act in a coordinated, united fashion to maintain U.S. technological supremacy, especially in emerging technologies that will be crucial to our security and prosperity. […]

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New Report: China Plotting Cyberattacks Against U.S. Critical Infrastructure

By Doug Kelly, CEO of American Edge Project A chilling new report has unraveled a dramatic escalation of China’s cyber aggression against America. Beijing is now actively targeting critical U.S. infrastructure for major disruptions, aiming to infiltrate and cripple key military controls, power grids, water systems, energy pipelines, and communication networks. This concerted effort by […]

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U.S. Trade Representative Hands the Tech Torch to China

In a bewildering act of self-sabotage, the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) recently walked away from digital trade proposals that are pivotal to safeguarding America’s global technology leadership position. By withdrawing these proposals from the negotiations table at the World Trade Organization (WTO), the USTR has not only undercut America’s global tech prospects, but also strengthened China’s position in the race for tech dominance. […]

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The Danger of Overzealous Regulators to Innovation and Consumers

The technology and innovation industry’s rapid growth and unparalleled significance have placed it squarely in the crosshairs of overeager regulators in both the U.S. and Europe. While cloaking their actions as protecting competition, recent moves by these regulators reveal a troubling pattern: a willingness to bypass established laws and norms to advance an increasingly ideological agenda. These misguided actions not only threaten innovations coming out of the technology sector, but we are now seeing the impact it’s having on potential lifesaving technologies in the bio-tech and healthcare sectors too. Unfortunately, this unchecked regulatory overreach will not only undermine innovation and hurt consumers, but it also risks ceding our leadership across a number of industries to China.  […]

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