China Aims to Surpass America as the Global Innovation Leader

In the same week Intel Corporation is breaking ground on two high-end microchip fabrication centers (fabs) in Ohio, China’s President Xi is demanding even greater tech innovation in China. This juxtaposition of events not only illustrates the high-stakes competition between the two countries, but also serves as yet another urgent warning to lawmakers on the necessity of embracing, fostering, and accelerating U.S. innovation. […]

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U.S. Lawmakers Ignore National Security Dangers of Handcuffing U.S. Technology Industry

The U.S. technology industry plays a critical role in protecting the national security of America and her global allies. In fact, as Russia continues its brutal invasion of Ukraine, the world is witnessing first-hand how U.S. tech companies have stopped the Kremlin’s malicious cyberattacks, thwarted misinformation campaigns, unplugged authoritarian propaganda, and exposed on-the-ground atrocities that have helped harden world opinion against Russia’s unprovoked war. […]

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Foiled Russian Cyberattack Targeted Small Businesses, Home Offices – But Congress Pushes to Weaken U.S. Tech

The FBI recently announced its removal of Russian malware from thousands of computer networks across the globe. While this short-term threat was addressed, some in Congress continue to push an anti-tech agenda that would undermine companies making the largest investments in cybersecurity protections – leaving the United States and our allies more vulnerable. […]

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How Congress’ Anti-Tech Political Agenda Could Aid Russia and China’s Assault Against Democracy

As Russia and China join in an authoritarianism alliance to undermine democracy across the globe, most evidently in Ukraine, American technology stands as a bulwark against their efforts. Yet driven by an anti-Big Tech political agenda, some in Congress are intent on crippling America’s ability to innovate – a central element of our country’s defense against autocracy. […]

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