Professor Daniel Sokol, University of Florida’s Levin College of Law, highlights a video that illustrates price fixing.
Professor Joshua Wright looks at the DOJ’s Apple e-book investigation from an agency-resale price maintenance business model.
On Tuesday, Georgetown’s Law School hosted a Seminar titled “Lawful Access to the Cloud.” The seminar’s panelists grappled with how to find the right balance between civil liberties and legitimate law enforcement needs to access data in the cloud. Peter Swire and Steven Beale provide several highlights from the morning’s panels.
“Innovation and technological progress are the engines of economic growth. Hence the attraction of human capital and skills is central to continued economic success,” says Professor Giovanni Peri of UC Davis in “The Case for Immigration.”
As part of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society luncheon series, journalist Alexander B. Howard –correspondent for O’Reilly Media—will address the question, what can 21st century open government learn from open source, open data, open innovation and open journalism?
The scholars presented on the TAP site are recognized as key voices in their fields. This post highlights select quotes from articles published within the last two weeks on innovation, economic growth, antitrust, patents, and privacy.
The best innovative ideas are ones that not only fuel productivity gains and economic growth, but that change people’s lives for the better. This TAP blog explores the intersection of innovation and technology.
This past weekend, danah boyd spoke at the SXSW Interactive festival on how social networks and the media can accelerate certain ideas that create fear and anxiety.
Professor James Grimmelmann, New York Law School, examines Aereo’s plans to capture over-the-air TV signals and stream them to customers in the New York area against the U.S. copyright laws.
This week’s tech policy news includes stories about cybersecurity, innovation and economic growth, antitrust and competition policy, and online privacy.