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Cyber Insecurity

Cyber Insecurity

By Brian Noyes In the era of Edward Snowden and NSA privacy issues, businesses and consumers are focusing more and more on cybersecurity and online protection of property – specifically intellectual property (IP).  In fact, this week, former FBI chief Louis Freeh warned a collection of security experts at a convention in San Antonio that, […]

IP Champions: Then and Now

IP Champions: Then and Now

The original IP champions bet that the United States would out-innovate the world—and they were right.

The Myth of Unfree Trade

The Myth of Unfree Trade

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In case you missed it, the Washington Post and Chicago Tribune have recently featured pieces on the myth of unfree trade, knocking at critics of two ambitious trade pacts the U.S. is currently pursuing. Unsurprisingly, the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement and the U.S.-EU Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) have recently become the object of anti-trade affections. However, when you cut through the hullabaloo and histrionics, you’re actually left with two well-positioned trade agreements destined to benefit U.S. jobs and the economy.