Intellectual Property

Working together, firms from different parts of the digital economy can disrupt the supply side of the digital piracy equation to make it harder and costlier for illicit operators to function.
Intellectual Property
Check a box to narrow search for individual content items that cover numerous issues.
October 4, 2010
An analysis of how prevailing economic philosophies drive approaches to network policy in four key areas: broadband competition, net neutrality, copyright and privacy.
September 28, 2010
A discussion of IP enforcement issues with a special keynote from Victoria Espinel, the U.S. IP Enforcement Coordinator.
July 6, 2010
ACTA may not be perfect, but it would offer greater protection for intellectual property rights—a direct benefit for American companies, American jobs, and American consumers.
March 24, 2010
ITIF responded to a request from the Office of Management and Budget for public comments on intellectual property enforcement.
January 26, 2010
ITIF hosts a presentation by Syracuse University Professor Milton Mueller over the movement to challenge exclusive property rights over informational goods and promote the concept of openness in communication-information policy.
January 6, 2010
Piracy hurts the economy. Stopping piracy is important for creating American jobs.
December 15, 2009
The U.S. government can and should do more to support industry efforts to reduce digital piracy.
December 15, 2009
ITIF discusses a report documenting the current state of digital piracy and describing how innovative technology such as content identification can be used to reduce piracy.
April 21, 2009
A debate on the Google Book Search settlement, its implications, and the broader issues of orphan works and digital libraries.
March 4, 2009
ITIF argues that Congress should promote technology neutral policies that do not unfairly advantage or disadvantage any particular technology or business model.

Pages