Editorials: Bartlett Cleland

“Where to Watch” Piracy Decrease

The Internet ecosystem just added a new tool to preserve the property of rights holders even while encouraging greater use of broadband.

Municipalities GON Wild!

Recently two towns, Chattanooga, Tennessee, and the City of Wilson, North Carolina, have petitioned the federal government, via the FCC, complaining that state laws are constraining them from the m

Are We Destined To Surf The UN-Net?

Earlier this year, the Obama administration asked ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) to create a means of overseeing the Internet after U.S.

Smelly Lockers: A True Story of Pirates

The Digital Citizens Alliance recently released a report that is troubling if somewhat unsurprising.  

A Model for Innovation Protection: Section 1201

Today the House Judiciary Committee is undertaking the next in its series of hearings discussing the Copyright Act.

The New Rent Seeking?

According to data released this week, Samsung and Apple make up the majority of the top 20 global smartphone models sold in the first quarter of 2014.

Movement of the Permanent Internet Tax Moratorium

This morning the House Judiciary Committee will undertake the markup of the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act.

Time to Move a Clean, Permanent Internet Tax Moratorium

This morning the House Judiciary Committee will undertake the markup of the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act.

Et tu, Governor Quinn?

In early 68 A.D., Gaius Julius Vindex rebelled against Nero's high tax policies. The rebellion was a success.

The Copyright Alert System at One

The Copyright Alert System (CAS) has been operating for nearly a year now, and an analysis of its first ten months in action has been released.