Throwing Away the World's Biggest Economic Opportunity
So long as India blatantly disregards the intellectual property of its trading partners as part of its economic strategy, India will continue to throw away the world’s biggest economic opportunity.
In the Name of Safety They Rob Us of Our Liberties
Safety and security are important, but our constitutionally protected liberties and freedoms are even more important. The government should be able to protect both, but all indications are that it isn't.
Gale Force Opposition to Progress
Insisting that Fire Island’s storm-damaged copper network be replaced with the same old outdated technology is a step backward rather than forward.
If You Can't Beat Them, Sue Them,
So what happens when a whole country surrenders to the difficulty of commercializing patents and instead retreats to patent assertion as a means to shake down innovators? Look no further than France.
A Permanent Ban on Discriminatory Internet Taxes
Secondary Markets: The Ticket to Economic Success
The societal benefits of the secondary ticket market depend on the right of ticket purchasers to transfer their tickets as they choose.
Copyright, Control and Censorship
The copyright review process can be a helpful occasion to update copyright law, but it should not give credence to baseless criticisms manufactured for ideological purposes.
IP and the Bieb
Understanding that many are truly ignorant of the bounds of copyright, content providers (and also copyright critics) can now move from punishment fixation and together seek increasingly better ways to educate the public, and focus on the increasingly important role that copyright plays in our economy.
Patent Pool Pollution
Patent pools by design were intended to save innovators time and money by establishing cross-licensing agreements for specific technologies, but patent pools can be abused.
Getting Knowledge Policy Right
In a knowledge economy, you have to get knowledge policy right. Too much is at stake.
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