It Is Time to Welcome All the Best and Brightest
It’s counterproductive for the U.S. to restrict the number of talented, high-skilled workers who want to make their contributions in the United States.
When Government Slows Our Access to Health
The challenges for health IT are known and the Senate can join with the House to fix the problems which allow the FDA and FCC to end the mission creep and focus on the truly critical.
Troll Casino: Jackpots Won Routinely
The economic incentives of the patent litigation system make it attractive to threaten to sue, even for the most dubious of claims—a situation not much different than that which has driven many to demand broader tort reform.
World Class No More?
In a connected, competitive world, innovation can happen almost anywhere. The only question is will our immigration policy keep it from happening here?
Life in the Fast Lane
The federal government sells fast lane access and higher qualities of service. It shouldn’t forbid broadband companies from doing the same thing.
Cable Merger Will Benefit Consumers and (Unfortunately) Regulators
The Comcast\Time Warner Cable merger won’t harm consumers, but it will provide regulators with an opportunity to make policy under duress rather than through the normal rulemaking or legislative processes.
Why the FCC Should Not Get Sidetracked over Network Neutrality
With the FTC and the Justice Department in place and well-funded, it is needlessly duplicative for the FCC to engage in network neutrality rules and enforcement.
The Siren Song of Efficiency in Music Licensing, Part 2
There’s no need to erode copyright protections to facilitate innovation in the music marketplace. The market is providing a variety of music choices for consumers and business model choices for artists.
The Silver Lining in the Net Neutrality Decision
FCC Chairman Wheeler says the FCC will take action only “if something appears to go wrong in a material, not a trivial, way. . . .“ That would be a good policy for all regulators, not just for the FCC.
The Siren Song of Efficiency in Music Licensing
Could adding a new fair use exception lead to a better music industry?
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