The Hill is the latest media outlet to cite ACI’s work on patent pool charges that unnecessarily raise electronic prices paid by consumers. Our work is also cited by Congressman Pompeo’s letter to FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler. To read the Hill’s article, Click here.
Last week, Congressman Mike Pompeo wrote a letter to FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler on what role the FCC has and what actions the FCC can take to stop the patent pool abuse that is driving up consumer electronic prices by $200 million per year. ACI has written about this is a number of times: Huffington Post Daily Caller […]
Aggressive litigation by patent trolls earned them notoriety over the past few years. At last, bills with a chance of protecting consumers and the economy from unrestrained patent trolling are moving through Congress (S. 1720 and H.R. 3309). While the focus of those bills is patent trolls, the bills should also tighten controls on patent […]
A piece — written by Steve Pociask of ACI in today’s Hill Congressional Blog — discusses how some patent pools are increasing the price consumers pay for electronic goods. To read the full piece visit — http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/technology/199591-a-patented-consumer-rip-off.
This piece was authored by Steve Pociask and is available at the Huffington Post.
Written by ACI’s Zack Christenson, this Daily Caller op-ed discusses the need for patent reform. You can follow the link or this URL — http://dailycaller.com/2013/10/09/the-american-dream-depends-on-patent-reform/
Steve Pociask wrote a piece on how one patent pool may be overcharging and leading to higher electronic prices. To see the blog, visit the Huffington Post website.
The Daily Caller ran an op-ed written by Steve Pociask on May 13, 2013. The piece discusses how one patent pool may be sticking it to consumers. The piece can be read by clicking here.