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Drew Clark
Drew Clark is of counsel at Best Best and Krieger. He was previously opinion editor of Deseret News. He has led efforts to promote progress in telecommunications, media and technology, and has written widely for Ars Technica, GigaOm, National Journal, Slate, and the Washington Post. He earned his bachelorís degree with honors from Swarthmore College, his masterís degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and his law degree from George Mason University School of Law.

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Neither President George W. Bush nor President Bill Clinton has made an discernible impact in the effectiveness of government's use of technology. But President Barack Obama has. He’s done so through a li...
For those who believe and have faith, Elder Silver's recovery is a story of how the Lord works through men to accomplish His purposes, and turns bad things to bring about good.
There are so many Republicans — let alone independents or Democrats — who would not support Donald Trump. That's why it's so important for voters to seek for a candidate who can unite the party and ...
Drones have an image problem. To the average person, the term "drone" more likely connotes a lowly male bee within a colony. Either that or it means the sophisticated individualized killing machines deployed by...
What does the future hold? Comfortable houses, autonomous driving, home production, fiber infrastructure, better health care, globalization, a moderation of Islam, an 'on demand' world, changes in professions a...
In some ways, Utah has never been more integrated into the United States than it is right now. But in other key respects, Utah stands apart from the crowd. This dual perspective frames my "top 10" list of newsi...
Sports and football are games, of course. All such games are contests of skill, endurance and emotion. Being able to channel those emotions into victory is what I and many others will be looking for on Saturday...
In times like the present, America can seem hopelessly divided. Confronted by terrorist implications within a mass shooting episode in San Bernardino on Wednesday, the left and right look past each other on the...
A family friendly, welcoming and a collaborative state is the real reason Utah does so well on so many national rankings of “quality of life.” It can be hard to put one’s finger on what makes ...
Writing — writing by hand or writing by typing — opens us to new reflections and fresh observations that cannot be accessed any other way. This can also happen when we take ourselves "off the grid" ...