Klobuchar Streaming Bill Language Causes Concern
July 11th, 2011
WASHINGTON, July 11, 2011 – Proposed legislation introduced last month with the intent to target digital pirates whose activities hurt American jobs has instead raised the eyebrows of critics, who worry the bill would adversely affect millions of YouTube users. “Intellectual property is vital to our nation’s economy, and our businesses rely on trademark and […]
China a Concern as Senate Judiciary Reviews IP Law Enforcement Efforts
Asia, Congress, Copyright, Intellectual Property, International, Senate
June 23rd, 2011
WASHINGTON, June 23, 2011 – Federal law enforcement agencies testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday regarding the current state of federal intellectual property rights enforcement and the challenges to enforcing IP laws due to a complex relationship with China.
Witnesses from federal law enforcement agencies reported that the increasing complexity of prosecuting IP crimes due to their international and transnational nature has made cooperation and collaboration with foreign law enforcement agencies a high priority.
Copps Takes Broadcasting, Cable and More Out to the Woodshed
Broadband Updates, Broadband's Impact, FCC, Net Neutrality, States
August 20th, 2010
WASHINGTON, August 20, 2010 – Michael Copps, a commissioner on the Federal Communications Commission, spoke in Minneapolis Thursday at a public hearing on the future of the internet, touting the important of broadband to the future of the United States and slamming the broadcasting and cable industries for bad behavior.