The Washington Times: Assaults on intellectual property are crushing American innovation by Frank Cullen
America’s innovation infrastructure depends on the protection of intellectual property — the patents, trademarks, copyrights and other mechanisms that secure for inventors and creators the fruit of their hard work.
The IP system is a bit like the plumbing: It’s critical, but when it’s working routinely, you have little reason to think about it. When things go wrong, however, you really have to pay attention.
Right now, something is starting to go very, very wrong. The Biden administration needs to fix the IP plumbing before the economic damage becomes irreversible.