Gary Shapiro ARTICLES
Thank you, President Trump, for making us a stronger nation.
Angry Voters May Catalyze New Party
Voters should head to the polls this year in the spirit of hope, not anger.
What Would Happen If Labor Union Bosses Ran U.S. Businesses?
More Americans would have full-time jobs if this Labor Department took a different approach.
Copyright Office Ruling Makes For Infotainment Hell On Wheels
Car owners should be able to update their cars as they see fit – provided their changes comply with safety standards.
How Car Data Can Save Time, Lives And Repairs -- Without Sacrificing Privacy
Car companies should not be handcuffed by outdated government mandates to limit the sharing of this data.
How Trolls -- And The Lawyers Who Love Them -- Are Hurting Our Economy
There is a special place reserved in hell for patent-troll lawyers.
How TPA Supports The Digital Economy
Technology hardware and software are a significant percentage of U.S. exports around the world.
The First Rule Of Government: Don't Get Stuck On 'Stupid'
Once we stop choosing “stupid,” we can start working toward competency.
Why Filming Police Activity Is Your Constitutional Right
Every court that's heard the issue has upheld it.
The Two Americas Of President Obama's State Of The Union
The president showed no inclination to compromise, and stuck his thumb in Congress's eye.
The FDA Should Make Way For Better Hearing
The FDA won't acknowledge the value of low-cost hearing aids
Trash Old Rules That Preserve Outdated Business Models
Campaigns against Uber, Lyft, and Tesla form a disturbing trend.
Stop Messing With Internet Businesses
Protectionists across the country wage war on innovative companies like Tesla, Uber, and Airbnb
How Salary Sharing Hurts the Workplace
Unnecessary disclosures drive the wrong kind of office competition.
Why the Supreme Court must side with Aereo
They're guilty of disrupting television's dinosaurs, not breaking the law.
Tech industry and government must step up on privacy
Information security requires partnership between the public and private sectors
30th anniversary of Betamax decision sees new fight for innovation
The debate over Aereo is an echo of the landmark 1984 case.
No holiday for truth-tellers
Our leaders' top 5 lies
The shale revolution is remaking our economic future
The domestic oil and gas boom is making America less dependent on hostile nations.
Preparing for takeoff Ã¢ï¿½ï¿½ no need to turn off your electronics
Under the rules now in place, passengers must power off all devices during takeoff and landing.
Student loan rates mask the real problem
If kids aren't paying them back, it doesn't matter what the rates are.
Why America must get and keep foreign students
Our competitive edge depends on attracting and retaining high-skilled foreign talent.
Will government regulation crash driverless cars?
If we're not careful, red tape will stifle the technology's development.
The Social Security disability system needs fixing
The program's rapid growth is being driven in part by widespread fraud.