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APR 30, 2017 | US

The First 100 Days of the Trump White House Left Silicon Valley Scratching its Head - Despite Battles Over Immigration, Science and Net Neutrality, Some in Tech See Reason for Hope

Recode, April 28, 2017

By Tony Romm

“I don’t have the impression — and yes, there were some things said on the campaign trail . . .that this is an administration that has or wants to have an unhappy relationship with tech,” said Victoria Espinel, the CEO of BSA | The Software Alliance… Espinel served as a top trade official under Obama, who by comparison had an “unusually high interest in tech,” she said. With Trump, though, Espinel added “there’s been a lot of openness to having that discussion, and learning more about tech and what it means for the economy, and what it means for jobs.”


Original Posting: https://www.recode.net/2017/4/28/15463544/first-100-days-trump-silicon-valley-tech


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