This week, two thousand members of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), will gather in Washington, D.C. to discuss the most pressing privacy and data security issues of the day. One issue that has started to appear on...
Without a legislative solution, the FCC’s actions will hurt American businesses.
Would our political leaders be capable of putting aside partisan differences and agreeing to a no-brainer that’s good for government and taxpayers?
The TPP can set new standards for IP across the globe.
The administration is shackling the Internet in a regulatory straitjacket.
The time is now to pass strong patent reform legislation.
It is an exceptionally complex environment and a one-size-fits all data governance approach is ill-advised.
Step one in any review of the Act needs to focus on modernizing the Copyright Office itself.
There is growing concern that the Copyright Office has fallen behind technologically and is failing to meet basic user needs.
The FCC’s vote will usher in a new era of government involvement in the evolution of the Internet.