Copyright Advocacy in Turbulent Times

It is admittedly difficult, maybe even a bit ridiculous, to think about a policy matter as arcane as copyright law when the headline story of […]

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To Parler or Not to Parler: It’s About the Money Stupid

When I first learned about Parler, my immediate, half-joking, comment was that it would make the FBI’s job easier. To the extent that could be […]

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Rockin’ in the Free(booting) World: Neil Young v. Trump for America

Recent reports that Neil Young is no longer asking or insisting that the Trump campaign stop using his music, but is instead suing Trump for […]

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One Movie Settled the “Debate” About Climate Change

When I saw the theme of this year’s World IP Day, Innovate for a Green Future, I will admit that it was hard not to be […]

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The Precarious Politics of Reigning in Silicon Valley

As our attention turned to concerns about disinformation, hate speech, and data security after the 2016 election, it became clear that the big cyber policy […]

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