Obama’s revised tech plan

/ 22 September 2008

There has been some concern today over last week’s significant revision of the Obama technology plan. I encourage you to read the plan and compare it to McCain’s plan. Two things immediately stand out for me: (1) Obama clearly supports net neutrality and (2) he makes a stronger case for how government will use technology to become more open. Well, actually, he did make a stronger case in the old plan. I hope that remains the case even though many wonderful details were eliminated in the new version.

Update: It turns out that most of those details are still available in a detailed PDF version of the plan. Whew!

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