Acting for Innovation
Some have argued that fixes to the system should be put off while the system absorbs the changes already made in the America Invents Act, but when problems are spotted they should be addressed. The Innovation Act does just that.
Is Tom Wheeler In for a Rude Awakening at the FCC?
Incoming Chairman Tom Wheeler should "nimbly" get the FCC going on the IP transition.
The Last Acceptable Discrimination? (Part 2)
Those who propose policies that are understood to discriminate against the Internet or technology in general take a huge risk and yet the proposals keep on coming.
Continued Innovation Requires Government Cooperation
One clear theme from IPI’s Fifth Annual Communications Policy Summit is that we don’t need government to direct, fund or control innovation—we just need government to listen, learn, and cooperate where necessary.
The Last Acceptable Discrimination?
When did it become acceptable to propose and enact laws that discriminate against technology and its users?
Transforming Everything--Even How We Watch Football Games
The communications revolution is changing everything—including how guys watch football games. Even monitoring their blood pressure if their team lets them down.
IP: The New Kitchen Table Issue?
Voters understand the age in which we live and are keenly aware of the value of IP to their household economy. Perhaps IP is well on its way to being a voting issue.
Fracking Isn't the Threat to Green Energy Innovation
The greatest threat to green energy innovation is not new energy resources, but rather disregard (such as India’s) of the rights of innovators through the international IP system.
Let's Finally Slay the "Trolls"
What needs to be done to finally slay the “troll” is to identify those who are truly bad actors and not impugn legitimate business models, allowing everyone to focus more clearly on the underlying problem.
NSA Mass Surveillance Harming the Free Flow of Data
Congress must rein in the NSA’s mass surveillance program not only to protect the privacy and freedom of American citizens, but to maintain America’s moral and economic leadership in the global digital economy.
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