The ACTA is out of the bag

After two and a half years of calls for more public scrutiny, the current draft of the once-secret Anti-counterfeiting trade agreement (ACTA) agreement has been released to the public, as the tech press has reported. The name notwithstanding, ACTA has little to do with counterfeiting and everything to do with copyright in the digital age. In a misguided…

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CCIA Applauds PTO’s Economic Research Agenda

The Computer & Communications Industry Association applauds the economic research agenda outlined Tuesday by Under Secretary for Intellectual Property David Kappos, the featured speaker at the annual conference on Innovation Policy and the Economy hosted by the National Bureau of Economic Research. CCIA also applauds the appointment of Stuart Graham, a professor at Georgia Tech…

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CCIA Joins Broad Coalition to Recommend Updating Privacy Laws for Digital Age

Privacy laws need to be updated to accommodate the realities of fast paced technological innovation and digital progress. That’s the message of a broad coalition of consumer groups, companies, and academics who announced a new advocacy group today, called Digital Due Process. The Computer & Communications Industry Association joined with the coalition to issue recommendations…

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