Cisco: IP Traffic Set to Quadruple by 2016
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published May 30, 2012
Within four years, there may be 2.5 network connections for every person living on earth.
Tags: Internet, IP, Cisco, traffic, VNI
Leahy Sees Momentum for Patent Reform in Obama Address
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published January 26, 2011
Senate Judiciary Chairman optimistic that he can press forward controversial effort to overhaul the nation's patent system, pegging the effort to Obama's message of innovation and competitiveness.
Tags: software, IP, Senate, Patent Reform, Obama administration
Blackburn: FCC Headed for 'Congressional Hurricane'
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published January 18, 2011
Incensed at the Federal Communications Commission's move to enact net neutrality rules, GOP lawmaker vows to lead a campaign of curbing agency's regulatory overreach.
Tags: security, privacy, FCC, IP, Net Neutrality
Senate Panel Passes Controversial Online Piracy Bill
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published November 18, 2010
Legislation that would crack down on websites engaging in trafficking of counterfeit goods and pirated content heads to the Senate floor amid heated opposition from digital-rights groups.
Tags: privacy, IP, intellectual property, Copyright, downloads
Diluted ACTA IP Accord Offers Consolation to Digital-Rights Groups
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published October 08, 2010
With the final draft of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement now available to the public, interested parties evaluate the impact on Internet service providers.
Tags: piracy, IP, intellectual property, Copyright, digital asset protection
White House IP Boss: Digital Piracy Costs U.S. Jobs
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published October 05, 2010
Linking IP enforcement with the economic recovery, Victoria Espinel has high hopes for the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement as the final draft nears completion and public release.
Tags: piracy, IP, intellectual property, Copyright, ACTA
EFF Heralds Victory After Senate Shelves IP Bill
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published October 01, 2010
Leading digital rights group wins a battle in its fight against what it sees as overreaching Internet infringement legislation, though it acknowledges the war is far from over.
Tags: IP, EFF, IP network
White House IP Chief Talks Tough on Online Piracy
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published September 28, 2010
U.S. Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator Victoria Espinel touts administration's efforts to crack down on Internet piracy, praises controversial Senate bill to blacklist offending sites.
Tags: security, piracy, IP, intellectual property, White House
RIAA Wants Piracy on the Table in Net Neutrality Talks
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published August 20, 2010
Trade groups representing segments in the music industry want Google to consider techniques to curb piracy as it moves forward with its broadband policy work.
Tags: Google, IP, Copyright, Net Neutrality, RIAA
Survey: Staffers Would Purloin Company IP
By Larry Barrett | Article Published August 18, 2010
A survey indicates that about half of employees would purloin enterprise data on their way to a new job.
Tags: IT Jobs/Salary, IP, intellectual property, cyber crime, IP monitoring
Tech Comics: "Intellectual Property Infringement"
By Oliver Widder | Article Published July 30, 2010
People in all walks of life run into problems with IP infringement
Tags: open source, IP, intellectual property, infringement
White House IP Czar Pledges Piracy Crackdown
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published June 23, 2010
Administration official outlines to Senate committee plans to seek broad cooperation at home and abroad in fight against intellectual property infringement.
Tags: government IT, piracy, IP, governance, intellectual property