Tag: Intellectual Property

  • Evaluating 3 key recommendations of the Blair-Huntsman IP Commission report

    The U.S. government needs to do more to stop the theft of U.S. intellectual property (IP), mostly by China, according to a new report produced by a group of political and business leaders under the leadership of Dennis Blair, former director of national intelligence under Obama and former commander of the U.S. Pacific Command, and […]

  • U.S. Businesses See Hurdles in Chinese Gaming Industry

    My friend and contemporary Nathan Eddy who edits FierceGameBiz took on the Chinese market in his column today on the video game industry. Here’s an interesting type of barrier to business: China has also begun to crack down on the amount of time gamers can spend playing online games–an issue which is best left alone […]

  • Microsoft in China: In Numbers from FP

    Foreign Policy’s Passport blog examines Microsoft in China for this week’s “Numbers.” Here is the argument boiled down, and see their post for sources and more good numbers: $295 Price for a basic, legal copy of Microsoft Vista in China $1.30 to $4.00 Price of a pirated copy of Microsoft Vista on the street in […]