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Drew Clark
Drew Clark is of counsel at Kirton McConkie. Prior to joining the law firm, he was opinion editor of Deseret News. He has led efforts to promote progress in telecommunications, media and technology, and has written widely for Ars Technica, GigaOm, National Journal, Slate, and the Washington Post. He earned his bachelorís degree with honors from Swarthmore College, his masterís degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and his law degree from George Mason University School of Law.

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Striking down bad claims is good. And when that kind of balance is actively advocated by the chief of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, it’s a positive sign for the future of innovation.
Our state will miss an opportunity unless our universities step up their game and get involved in finding ways to meet the needs associated with new growth and development that is and will continue to take plac...
Our state will miss an opportunity unless our universities step up their game and get involved in finding ways to meet the needs associated with new growth and development that is and will continue to take plac...
Other states have an approach to prison development that is exactly backward: A prison should not be a magnet for correctional jobs. Instead, state economic development should follow human development for the p...
The 1,200 volunteers that serve in the Draper facility are a key reason — and the most persuasive one — for doing everything possible to keep a new prison as close as possible to the current one.
Much of the recent discussion about prison relocation has been driven by critics who live near the potential new sites. But from the perspective of prisoners, former prisoners and their advocates, the current f...
What about Bastille Day, which is as French as the Fourth of July is American and as empowering as Utah's 24th of July Pioneer Day? What does its history teach us about liberty's meaning in the human experience...
Consider that 30 to 40 years ago, many in this country believed that moral opposition to abortion was "on the wrong side of history." We know instead that Soviet communism and atheism were the historical anomal...
"People want to own the music they love," Steve Jobs said, and "not just rent them." Fast-forward a decade, and Apple is now saying the reverse: People want to rent and not own the music they love.
Rather than requiring retailers to collect high taxes for other states, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte's bill regarding online sales taxes would provide a far more powerful incentive for state...