At least a dozen former officials of the U.S. trade representatives office now work for industry groups.
Opponents of a leaked trade treaty claim it includes an "extreme SOPA-like Internet Censorship Plan." It doesn't.
The "intellectual property" section of a controversial trade treaty has leaked, and it's a wish list for Hollywood and the pharmaceutical industry.
In a more reasonable copyright system, a video game published in 1985 would fall into the public domain around now.
A new study finds early copyright protections helped writers make more money. Here's why that's an argument against lengthening terms today.
Safety groups just sued an open government advocate over the right to charge for the standards they write.
New report suggests streaming of copyrighted content should be a felony.
Things might be a little one sided in today's hearing on the role of copyrights innovation.
Joel Tenenbaum argued that a $675,000 file-sharing verdict against him is so excessive as to be unconstitutional. But an appeals court disagreed.
Congress is turning toward copyright reform. But who are they listening to?
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