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Chilson jumps to Charles Koch Institute after serving as FTC’s acting chief technologist

Neil Chilson, who had been the Federal Trade Commission’s acting chief technologist, recently moved to the Charles Koch Institute where he is senior research fellow for technology and innovation.

Chilson, who left the FTC on April 30 and joined the institute the next day, said that CKI’s goal is to “foster a cultural and political environment that encourages innovation.”  

To that end, he will be focused on “reducing barriers to entrepreneurship and...

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