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Professor Jay Pil Choi and Professor Carl Shapiro have recently released separate papers that examine patent litigation through non-practicing entities, patent-assertion entities, and standard-essential patents.
A recent study by Professor Urs Gasser and the Berkman Center for Internet & Society examines the diverse efforts to develop an Internet Bill of Rights.
On November 4th, Santa Clara University law professor Eric Goldman testified on the Consumer Review Freedom Act before the Senate Commerce Committee. This post shares his support of this legislation that would protect consumers’ free speech.
danah boyd, founder of the Data & Society Research Institute, shares the experience of collaborating with Henry Jenkins and Mimi Ito to write their book, “Participatory Culture in a Networked Era.”
Professor Shane Greenstein, Harvard Business School, discusses the effect of the Internet and Web on the US economy from the 1990s to the present.
George Washington University law professor Daniel Solove explains the implications of the Schrems ruling on the flow of personal data between the U.S. and EU.
Chris Hoofnagle, Berkeley Center for Law & Technology, discusses the effort of some U.S. technology companies to kill rights of redress for privacy and consumer protection law violations.
Highlights from the 8th Annual Searle Center Conference on Antitrust Economics and Competition Policy are provided.
Tomorrow (Tues. Oct 27) the European Parliament will vote on rules intended to protect network neutrality in the European Union (EU). Professor Barbara van Schewick explains why the proposal is weaker than current net neutrality rules in the U.S., and offers suggestions for securing meaningful net neutrality for Europe.
Several TAP scholars were among the experts sharing their knowledge at this week’s Privacy + Security Forum.
Leading privacy and cyberlaw scholar Peter Swire, of Georgia Tech, examines the implications of the changing nature of secrets for the intelligence community.
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