Patents have long served as a key currency of innovation, and the patent system has long endured attempts to devalue that currency.
The ITC was never meant to have jurisdiction over the transmission of digital data.
Companies have been forced to grapple with the practical effects of our outdated laws.
Several legislatures around the world, including the E.U. Parliament, have already expressed their will to enshrine net neutrality within clear and foreseeable law.
Encouraging the success of companies that are today's “start-ups” and tomorrow's giants should be the focus of U.S. economic policy.
Congress should ensure that highly valuable open data will not again fall victim to politics.
The true smart cities will use Big Data to enable the preemption and prediction of urban issues.
A robust rail transportation network is essential for the flow of traffic, not just for rail passengers, but for commerce as well.
The STRONG Patents Act provides the best hope to protect the interests of individual inventors and entrepreneurs.
We must find the right balance between security, cost, and efficiency.