Text of the remarks I made at the National Academies workshop on the Impact of Copyright Policy on Innovation in the Digital Era, Friday, October 15 in Washington, DC.
By a quirk of calendar timing, the week-long doldrums before the Labor Day holiday in the US are extended to two weeks this year. This means that the slow end-of-summer news period will extend for a while. In the meantime, I noticed that more people voted in the U.S. Rights Technologies Deficit poll that I […]
Poll results concur with the Rights Technology R&D Index: there’s no money in it.
Despite its high expenditure on technology research and development, the United States lags the rest of the world in rights technologies R&D — sharply. Why?
What did the RIAA get for its $16 Million in legal fees?
New regulations are proposed while budgets to implement them shrink.
Yes, copyright infringement is bad for the economy. But just how bad? We really don’t know.