Intellectual Property Rights and National Security
David J. Farber
(Visiting Professor, GLOCOM and School of Computer Science and Heinz School of Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University, and Alfred Fitler Moore Professor of Telecommunication and Professor of Business and Public Policy, University of Pennsylvania)
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Considering the intellectual property problem and the security problem, Dr. David Farber argues that the goal of the architecture design is to deliver security and provide user control of privacy. That is to achieve the right balance between the protection of user's information and computing environment, on one hand, and the protection of user's privacy and choice on use of various mechanisms, on the other. In this context, Dr. Farber explains about TCPA technology and emphasizes that it is time for government and industry to put their money where their mouths are.