A Rational Response to the Privacy “Crisis”

By Larry Downes. Policy Analysis No. 716. January 7, 2013.

The Case against Literary (and Software) Patents

By Timothy B. Lee. TechKnowledge No. 125. August 28, 2009.

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office: FAIL

By Jim Harper. TechKnowledge No. 122. February 9, 2009.

Bring Appellate Competition Back to Patent Law

By Timothy B. Lee. TechKnowledge No. 118. July 28, 2008.

Save the Orphan (Works)

By Timothy B. Lee. TechKnowledge No. 117. June 30, 2008.

How Endangered Is Internet Radio?

By James Plummer. TechKnowledge No. 102. May 18, 2007.

Toward Property Rights in Spectrum: The Difficult Policy Choices Ahead

By Dale Hatfield and Phil Weiser. Policy Analysis No. 575. August 17, 2006.

Circumventing Competition: The Perverse Consequences of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act

By Timothy B. Lee. Policy Analysis No. 564. March 21, 2006.

Copyright Enforcement Revisited

By Adam D. Thierer. TechKnowledge No. 92. November 4, 2004.

On Drawing Lines in Copyright Law

By Adam D. Thierer. TechKnowledge No. 75. March 5, 2004.

Compulsory Licensing vs. the Three “Golden Oldies”: Property Rights, Contracts, and Markets

By Robert P. Merges. Policy Analysis No. 508. January 15, 2004.

Howard Dean’s Plan for the Internet: Collectivism In, Property Rights Out

By Adam D. Thierer. TechKnowledge No. 70. January 15, 2004.

Don’t Ban Technology to Solve Copyright Problems

By Doug Bandow. TechKnowledge No. 62. October 10, 2003.

The Day the Music Died

By Stan Liebowitz. TechKnowledge No. 56. August 21, 2003.

Entitled to Entertainment? The Digital Media Consumers’ Rights Act

By Clyde Wayne Crews Jr. and Adam D. Thierer. TechKnowledge No. 47. January 13, 2003.

How Far Can Hollywood Go to Protect Copyrights?

By Clyde Wayne Crews Jr. and Adam D. Thierer. TechKnowledge No. 40. September 23, 2002.

Policing Pirates in the Networked Age

By Stan Liebowitz. Policy Analysis No. 438. May 15, 2002.

Musical Mandates: Must the Pop Music Industry Submit to Compulsory Licensing?

By Clyde Wayne Crews Jr.. TechKnowledge No. 16. August 15, 2001.

The Feds Want To Write Your Software

By Dominick T. Armentano. TechKnowledge No. 15. August 6, 2001.

When Rights Collide: Principles to Guide the Intellectual Property Debate

By Clyde Wayne Crews Jr. and Adam D. Thierer. TechKnowledge No. 10. June 4, 2001.

The Case for Public Access to Federally Funded Research Data

By Michael Gough and Steven J. Milloy. Policy Analysis No. 366. February 2, 2000.