BSA welcomed policy priorities announced by President Obama in his State of the Union address that will help advance issues critical to the software industry.
BSA urged lawmakers to act on legislation to advance patent reform efforts, build trust in the data economy and ensure that global markets remain open for digital trade as it unveiled its legislative priorities for the 114th US Congress.
BSA | The Software Alliance today commended Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) for reintroducing the bipartisan Immigration Innovation Act (known as “I-Squared”) to help US companies recruit and retain talented foreign-born scientists and engineers while improving STEM education in US schools.
BSA welcomed interim guidance issued by the US Patent and Trademark Office to help patent inspectors determine what is eligible subject matter following the US Supreme Court’s important decision earlier this year in Alice Corporation v. CLS Bank.
The US government has no legal authority to force a US company to turn over data stored on overseas servers, BSA | The Software Alliance argued today in a joint amicus brief filed in US Appellate Court in the case of Microsoft Corporation v. United States of America.
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