by Christopher Koopman, Executive Director
Posted June 25, 2019 in Scholar Commentary

AP Photo/Jeff Chiu
AP Photo/Jeff Chiu

If all you knew of America’s biggest tech companies was what emerges from the echo chambers and grandstanding that is Washington, D.C. political chatter, you’d likely have grave concerns about their collective future. Perhaps you are concerned. After all, if one thing brings Americans of different political persuasions together, it’s worrying about the direction of the tech industry.

It’s time for a little perspective. No company is perfect, and each should be held accountable for its actions…

Read the full op-ed as it was published by The Hill.

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