Intellectual Property

A natural U.S.-India innovation partnership exists, but much more needs to happen to turn this into an alliance that both countries and their firms can rely for a sustainable future. One key component is around intellectual property.
Intellectual Property
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May 11, 2016
Nigel Cory argues in Morning Consult that some criticism of the TPP's IP chapter should be ignored.
April 26, 2016
On Innovation Files, Nigel Cory argues that it is important to remember the role that IP plays in supporting innovation.
April 14, 2016
As the global Internet economy evolves and becomes more interconnected, cross-border policy tensions are rising, as is the need to resolve these tensions and conflicts in ways that continue to spur growth and innovation writes Rob Atkinson in Innovation Files.
April 12, 2016
Rob Atkinson and Nigel Cory argue in Innovation Files that while the business model for the distribution of scholarly journals obviously needs reform, this does not excuse the use or defense of piracy.
April 7, 2016
This report ranks 56 countries based on the extent to which their domestic policies support global biopharmaceutical innovation.
March 21, 2016
ITIF submitted comments to the U.S. Copyright Office on how it can update the notice-and-takedown process for illegal content to better balance the rights of copyright owners, online service providers, and users, as well as reduce online infringement.
March 16, 2016
A penny is a fair price to stream a song on Spotify, says Adams Nager on Innovation Files, but only if you ignore digital theft.
March 10, 2016
Stephen Ezell and Nigel Cory argue in The Hill that the United States should push Canada to change its pharma patent assessment process.
March 10, 2016
Nigel Cory examines on Innovation Files a new study that shows that the piracy of music remains rampant and is shifting to new modes with changing technology.
March 3, 2016
A new agreement to combat online piracy shows that a win-win outcome is possible when private-sector stakeholders come together, write Daniel Castro and Nigel Cory in The Hill.