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Friday’s Regional Institutions for Innovation and Productivity conference generated discussions around innovation, IT impact on industries and economy, and trends in productivity. Of special interest was talk about the growing gap in profit margins between IT-proficient industries and non-proficient industries. Another hot topic was around the growing income gap between the lesser and higher educated segments of the population. See full post for key take-aways from the speakers’ presentations.
Young-adult Americans have an aspiration for increased privacy even while they participate in an online reality that is optimized to increase their revelation of personal data.
Overview of the presentations at the Regional Institutions for Innovation and Productivity conference.
Reducing identity theft is a matter of shifting creditor grantors' incentives.
Jacques Cremer of the Toulouse Network for Information Technology (TNIT) interviewed Josh Lerner this past December. They discussed Professor Lerner’s thoughts on the challenges of innovation over the next few years, patent reform, and his new book, “Boulevard of Broken Dream.”
Recap of the March 12, 2010 Emerging Law and Policy Issues in Cloud Computing conference which explored the emerging legal and policy issues raised by the increasing use of cloud computing. This event was hosted by the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology. Podcasts and slides included.
This edition of IP Colloquium sets out to understand the first sale doctrine, tracing its public policy justifications and comparing copyright's approach to that of antitrust.
Privacy is one of the issues that TAP scholars have explored in great depth. This post provides a sample of articles available on privacy and consumer protection.
Videos from each panel discussion of the 3rd FTC Exploring Privacy Roundtable are now available.
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