I recently published a blog in The Hill, discussing the lessons about Internet policy we should take away from the events surrounding the Sony hack. You can find it here. I asked the editors to include the following at the bottom of the article:
“Steven Tepp is President & CEO of Sentinel Worldwide, where he counsels businesses and organizations on the protection of intellectual property, including, previously atarax, the MPAA. He is also a Professorial Lecturer in Law at George Washington University Law School.”
They didn’t take it, but I am noting it here.
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