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Equifax data breach

In the aftermath of the Equifax data breach, it is time to embrace identity verification technology and give businesses the incentive to better fight identity fraud.

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5g wireless

The next generation of wireless technology promises to put major innovations and efficiencies in internet connectivity within reach by 2020.

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On this episode of the AEI Idea Makers Podcast, we sit down with Dick Boyce, a private investor who has held executive positions with J. Crew, Texas Pacific Group, PepsiCo, Burger King, and Bain & Company.

In this conversation, Mr. Boyce talks about the biggest mistake he made in an otherwise successful career. Later, he explains why an important part of your job search should entail seeking out organizations that are competitive, results-driven, and constantly evolving.

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alt-right, tech

The alt-right is free to try to find a home for its hate, but we should not subsidize its message by forcing Silicon Valley to broadcast its views.

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robots technology and innovation

Technology-intensive sectors of the economy are generating both productivity gains and high-paying jobs. The sectors of the economy that aren’t fully leveraging technology are suffering both low productivity growth and slumping jobs and incomes.

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To best secure future internet technologies, internet security innovators should be free from regulatory barriers.

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Google, privacy

It is time to have a serious public discussion about the commodification of our digital selves.

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Internet of Things; cybersecurity; Congress

Will proposed Congressional legislation help address security concerns surrounding Internet of Things (IoT) devices?

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obamacare

Repealing Obamacare would unleash the power of technology and data to improve health care in the US.

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The rapid pace of advancement of the technology in an iPhone suggests that Moore’s law lives on.

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