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Event - Patent Reform and the 114th Congress: What does the Evidence Show?

March 26, 2015 - Patent reform is high on the agenda for Congress. Competing bills introduced this year take different approaches to improving the patent litigation system. Will these proposals, ranging from heightened pleading standards to changing the standard for fee shifting, strengthen or weaken the patent system? What will be the effect on innovation? Panelists at "Patent Reform and the 114th Congress: What does the Evidence Show?" hosted by the Technology Policy Institute, will attempt to disentangle some of the conflicting data and research.

Patent Reform and the 114th Congress: What does the Evidence Show?

March 17, 2015 - Patent reform is high on the agenda for Congress. Competing bills introduced this year take different approaches to improving the patent litigation system. Will these proposals, ranging from heightened pleading standards to changing the standard for fee shifting, strengthen or weaken the patent system? What will be the effect on innovation? Panelists at "Patent Reform and the 114th Congress: What does the Evidence Show?" hosted by the Technology Policy Institute, will attempt to disentangle some of the conflicting data and research. More details regarding the panel will be announced in upcoming weeks.

An Opportunity to Make Transparency the Norm at the FCC

March 5, 2015 - On Feb. 26, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to regulate Internet service providers under Title II of the 1934 Telecommunications Act, but the public still isn't allowed to see the text of the decision. Such secrecy has quickly led to a firestorm of conspiracy talk.

Administration's Privacy Proposal is Next Step in Regulating Internet

March 4, 2015 - The Obama administration apparently wants its legacy to be that of regulating the Internet, notwithstanding the Internet's remarkable success in the United States under what has been a generally light-handed regulatory regime.

FCC Effort to Regulate Internet Ignores History of Past Failures

February 25, 2015 - Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman Tom Wheeler claims that his plan to regulate Internet Service Providers (ISPs) under Title II of the 1934 Telecommunications Act is "rooted in long-standing regulatory principles."

Aspen Forum 2015