Tuesday, February 3, 2015 1:06 pm | By By Andrea Rondón García*
One quick form of verifying the little amount of respect from the Venezuelan State to private property, to freedom of enterprise and private initiative, is to review the regulatory frame involved in the incorporation of a commercial company.
The New U.S. Congress Must Protect and Promote Intellectual Property Rights
Monday, February 2, 2015 7:52 pm | By Lorenzo Montanari
The 114th Congress presents an exciting opportunity for America. American entrepreneurship, ingenuity and creativity lead the world, and Intellectual Property Rights is key to maintaining global competitiveness. Americans for Tax Reform, Digital Liberty and Property Rights Alliance, in coordination with 64 advocacy groups, scholars, issue experts, business groups, has released an open coalition letter urging members of congress consider several points when considering intellectual property policy.
The Rich Irony of Using the Sony Hack to Attack Efforts to Fight Online Theft
Tuesday, January 6, 2015 5:44 pm | By Lorenzo Montanari
Without getting into a thorny discussion about the various problems of the much-pilloried “Stop Online Piracy Act” and its senate cousin back in 2012, it’s worth looking at how the detractors of intellectual property rights are using the results of the Sony hack to thwart any ongoing efforts by content creators to protect their property under current laws.