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​Kaveh Waddell is a staff correspondent for National Journal, where he previously conducted policy research​. A native of Seattle, Kaveh graduated from Middlebury College with a degree in international politics and economics.

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Why the U.S. Copyright Office Wants to Run Away From Home

The copyright director says her agency has outgrown its place as a subsidiary of the the Library of Congress, but Darrell Issa isn't convinced.

Is That an FM Radio In Your Pocket?

Broadcasters, tech companies, and musicians are clashing over the FM chips that live in most smartphones.

Senate Easily OKs Provision Targeting Advertisers Who Knowingly Support Sex-Trafficking

Effort by free-speech groups and Sen. Ron Wyden to block the amendment fails.

'Aaron's Law' Reintroduced as Lawmakers Wrestle Over Hacking Penalties

The proposed bill would update the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act to keep small violators from being charged under federal law.

Proposed Update to Copyright Rules Eases Barriers to Security Research

A bill to amend the Digital Millennium Copyright Act would make it easier for researchers to expose security vulnerabilities without running afoul of the law.

Trade Bill Takes Aim at Foreign Governments' Data Protections

Tech companies and trade groups come out in support of the Trade Priorities Act.

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