Posts tagged “Derek Khanna”

Does Bob Goodlatte’s Cell Phone-Unlocking Bill Go Far Enough?

This morning the House Judiciary subcommittee covering intellectual property is holding a …

Posted June 6th, 2013

CPAC 2013: Rhetorical Questions and IP Inflexibility

National Harbor–Here’s a CPAC pro tip: If the title of a panel, …

Posted March 16th, 2013

Smartphone Unlocking and the DMCA

Will Congress take on the law that required the unlocking exemption in the first place?

Posted March 6th, 2013

Copyright Quick Takes

(1) The latest anti-piracy measure launched this week after three months of delays, …

Posted February 27th, 2013

The Trichordist’s Disingenuous Attack on Derek Khanna

You may remember the blog The Trichordist for publishing that utterly out-of-proportion …

Posted January 30th, 2013

Derek Khanna Speaks Out

L’affaire Khanna continues. Now that he’s left the RSC, Derek Khanna can …

Posted January 9th, 2013

Incoming RSC Chair Tries to Push Copyright Back Under the Rug

Yesterday at a panel at AEI, I asked the incoming chair of …

Posted December 12th, 2012

RSC Caves to Member Pressure, Fires Derek Khanna

Tim Carney breaks the news that Derek Khanna, the RSC staffer who …

Posted December 6th, 2012

Do Any Conservatives Strongly Support Today’s Copyright Regime?

One of the more encouraging things about James DeLong’s National Review piece …

Posted December 5th, 2012

RSC Policy Memos Aren’t Supposed to Be Dissertations

Robert Edmonds makes a sober case why the RSC’s copyright memo should …

Posted November 29th, 2012

Winning Millennials and Screwing Hollywood: Why the GOP Should Take Up Intellectual Property Reform

Even before the RSC’s policy brief expressing deep skepticism toward the current …

Posted November 19th, 2012

The Astonishing Cravenness of the RSC

On Friday this blog broke the news of a paper being circulated …

Posted November 18th, 2012

An Anti-IP Turn for the GOP? (UPDATE: RSC disowns and pulls the brief)

It’s often said that the Republican Party as an institution is generally …

Posted November 16th, 2012