Don’t call copyright a government-granted monopoly.

When most people discuss or debate copyright’s value in the contemporary market, they talk about the utility of the law—typically arguing the efficacy or rationale […]

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How to Protect Your Digital Rights from the TPP

By now, you know that the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP)—a really big-ass global trade agreement among twelve nations including the United States—is at this point […]

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A Guide to Critiquing Copyright in the Digital Age

Anybody can write an editorial criticizing copyright on the Internet. It’s easy and fun! By following this basic guideline to creating an effective rebuttal to […]

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Red Flags, False Flags, & The Virtues of Ignorance

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote this post about an amicus brief filed on behalf of several Internet companies seeking a new ruling in […]

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ITC Ruling Shows Need for Congressional Reform

In August, I wrote a post criticizing the editorial board of The New York Times for espousing Silicon Valley talking points rather than considering the […]

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