Posts Tagged ‘Wikileaks’

Freedom to Connect in Washington: ‘Let’s Hope This Isn’t the Golden Age of the Internet’

Broadband Data, Broadband's Impact, Events, Intellectual Property March 15th, 2013

SILVER SPRING, Maryland, March 15, 2013 – A somber tone was set last week during the opening day of the 2013 Freedom to Connect conference here. Opening remarks by conference organizer David Isenberg were peppered with references to Wikileaks mastermind Julian Assange, Pvt. Bradley Manning currently under military trial for releasing classified State documents, and […]

Cable From U.S. Embassy In Beijing Reveals U.S. Perspective on Trade Relationship

Copyright, Documents, Intellectual Property, International, Patents December 14th, 2010

For all of the tough talk coming out of Congress as the United States and China embark on a high profile trade summit today, a confidential memo sent by U.S. Ambassador Jon M. Huntsman at the beginning of 2010 illustrates how the fortunes of the two countries have changed in modern times, and how the leadership of the United States is scrambling for innovative ways to readjust as its economic clout fades.

On Transparency, Advocacy Group Waits for Obama to 'Show Us The Data'

Broadband's Impact February 17th, 2009

WASHINGTON, February 17, 2009 – The new administration of President Barack Obama has a limited window to fulfill its promise of transparency in government, said Center for Democracy & Technology officials.

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