Tag Archives: Searching

IP Offices still searching for (the holy grail) of innovation and incentives: the view from IPWeek @ SG

There was a time when national IP offices were cozy little operations, dealing with the registration of patents, trademarks and designs. Various national offices did a better or worse job at this, but all agreed- the task of the IP … Continue reading

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One Stop Searching for Social Media from Federal Officials on ProQuest Congressional

ProQuest Congressional is fantastic for finding information regarding government documents, especially compiled legislative histories as we have written about before.   A lesser known feature of the product is the ability to search the social media of public officials. From the … Continue reading

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Searching for a Stronghold in the Fight Against Disinformation

Molly McKew, Center for International Governance Innovation: “Social media giants are under intense scrutiny for — at best — turning a blind eye to the proliferation of information operations on their platforms and — at worst — knowingly profiteering from … Continue reading

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Searching for the “New Labor Law”

It is no secret that the United States is mired in economic inequality. Its widening wealth and income gap comes from the growing conservatism of Congress, tax policy, greater trade openness, “asset bubbles” in stock and real estate markets, and … Continue reading

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Searching for a Support System (Part 2)

       Last week I was talking about the hypothetical client, Jane Doe.  Jane does not have a family and friend support system to turn to when she can no longer handle her own financial and medical affairs and … Continue reading

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