Yearly Archives: 2014

Intel Calls For U.S. Privacy Legislation

NTIA’s recent request for comments on big data provided companies, privacy advocates and activists with an opportunity to highlight the promise of big data and analytic processing and to consider how to address some of the unique privacy challenges they … Read more >

State Aid for “Vectoring” Broadband Investment in Rural Germany?

Intel wants broadband to be affordable and high quality, but determining which last-mile broadband technology is most cost-effective (that is, weighing the tradeoff between affordability and high quality) can be challenging. Two leading choices are fiber to the premises (FTTP) … Read more >

Modernizing American Manufacturing

If you were to ask Intel engineers about how to modernize manufacturing, they would look at you quizzically. Our facilities are producing the most advanced, highest performing microprocessors in the world, evolving at a pace we call Moore’s Law. Modernization … Read more >

Europe’s New Right to be Forgotten: Not New and Not Forgetting

On May 13, 2014, the Court of Justice of the European Union issued an opinion in a Spanish privacy lawsuit against Google. Media attention to the court’s action boldly proclaimed the creation of a “Right to be Forgotten.” The opinion … Read more >