|Clinton speaking at Galvanize, Denver, CO, on June 28|
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Many of Clinton's proposals correspond with initiatives she championed while secretary of state and priorities advanced during the Obama administration. But her platform also offers up some new ideas, like the appointment of a chief innovation adviser, who would aim to “reduce federal regulatory barriers” that face startups and larger tech companies, helping them ensure new medical devices, for example, can come to market more quickly.
some felt her position on privacy is unclear. In her initiative, she “rejects the false choice between privacy interests and keeping Americans safe.”While Clinton touched on cybersecurity and privacy,
Integrating these goals into reality won’t be easy, said Tom Higley, another long-time Denver entrepreneur currently working with 10 CEOs to create a health startup. “Many things in the initiative will be challenging. It will be difficult, for example, to do these things simultaneously: ‘Establish rules of the road to support innovation — rules that foster healthy competition, reduce barriers to entry, and effectively protect intellectual property,’ ” he said, quoting from Clinton’s proposal. “But those are the challenges that must be faced if a tech and innovation policy is to be comprehensive.”
.@RepBecerra: The GOP Benghazi report was "always meant" to reduce Clinton's poll numbers https://t.co/IMQgxH2Fnk https://t.co/deoRgu3y5o— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) June 28, 2016
Trump's speaking about outsourcing right now.— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) June 28, 2016
Here’s one of his shirts—made in Bangladesh: https://t.co/GBx8oJhE6W pic.twitter.com/2jeNO3NDbq