Timothy B. Lee, PhD candidate in computer science at Princeton University and fellow at Princeton’s Center for Information Technology Policy, discusses a variety of issues. Lee parses new net neutrality nuances, addressing recent debate over prioritization of internet services. He also discusses wireless spectrum policy, comparing and contrasting a strict property rights model to a commons one. Lee concludes by weighing in on potential software patent reform, referencing Paul Allen’s wide-ranging patent-infringement lawsuits and the Oracle-Google tiff over Java patents.
- Bottom-Up, Lee’s long-form blog about, among other things, technology policy
- The Durable Internet: Preserving Network Neutrality without Regulation, by Lee
- “Why Business Should Oppose Net Neutrality”, by Robert Litan and Hal Singer
- “Good Spectrum News from the Obama Administration”, by Jerry Ellig
- “Paul Allen’s Lawsuits: What’s up With That?”, at PC World