Welcome to the TechPolicy weblog. This weblog is a forum for some graduate students (and some former graduate students) in MIT's Technology and Policy program to share their views on today's pressing technology related issues.
Experts on energy, IT, telecom, automotive, environment will post news and analysis of current issues. This is meant to be an forum of open discusion and will evolve as we learn what works and what doesn't.Disclaimer
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