Markham Erickson

NetCoalition

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Executive Director and General Counsel for NetCoalition, a legal policy organization that advocates for policies to protect a free and open Internet

Markham Erickson on KCRW

There's a major battle on Capitol Hill involving big money with Republicans and Democrats on both sides of the issue.

Internet Piracy: Will SOPA Change the Web as We Know It?

There's a major battle on Capitol Hill involving big money with Republicans and Democrats on both sides of the issue.

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America's so-called "creative" industries are battling it out on Capitol Hill with a lot at stake for consumers who depend on the Internet.

Internet Piracy: It's Hollywood versus Silicon Valley

America's so-called "creative" industries are battling it out on Capitol Hill with a lot at stake for consumers who depend on the Internet.

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