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While everyone has an opinion on the subject of compulsory licensing, few actually understand its process and implications.
Richard Bennett lays out the three key issues that should be addressed in the House spectrum hearing Thursday: harmonization, relocation, and mobility in Rationalizing Government's Spectrum Use.
If we want to continue regional economic integration for South-Central Asia, better IP protection is the next step.
Privacy advocates do not want to give users choice; they want to set the privacy rules for millions of users.
If the U.S. follows the same path of the former retail giant, underestimating our competitors and taking our consumers for granted, we could “go out of business” the same way Woolworths did.
As the EU and China work to find a solution to their solar panel dumping standoff, is there room for the United States to help build a global agreement?
Although it has made great strides in digitization and electronic filing, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and its international counterparts stand to benefit greatly from advanced data science initiatives.
Conservative defenses of inequality ignore the fundamental role of government in the economy.
While data science, like any other technology, can be misused, it’s important for policymakers not to discourage its use in general.
Innovation in the nuclear energy industry could reduce the cost of this carbon-free, base load electricity resource.