Democrats, Republicans, the White House and industry all agree that America’s patent system needs reform.
Net neutrality has indeed become “Wheeler’s Vietnam.”
Depressingly rare were stories focusing on the attacks’ implications for free markets, free speech and the rule of law.
Today, Cuba has an Internet penetration rate of roughly 5 percent, one of the lowest on earth.
The evolution of wireless technology has accelerated data transfer speeds roughly 200-fold in the past 10 years.
For the first time in a long time, I feel better about Washington.
The Sony cyber-attack was one on the nation’s values and the company’s value chain.
There are currently close to 6,000 LPTV stations providing local programming that cannot be found elsewhere.
When Congress expanded the PTO’s administrative system for challenging patents, it opened vast new opportunities for abuse.
The Internet Architecture Board stated that “the capabilities of hackers are greater and more pervasive than previously known.”