A strong and predictable intellectual property system is crucial to protecting and promoting American innovation around the globe. It allows American businesses of any size to compete globally, creating millions of American jobs. Strong intellectual property rights provide a strong foundation for America’s role as the world’s innovation and technological leader, powering our world with the next generation of technology to help kids learn, to connect remote workers, provide better access to healthcare and help make our planet more sustainable. The role of innovation (from vaccines to communication technology, content creation, etc.) has never been more crucial than during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The ability to protect what one creates or invents grows our economy and GDP, generates incentives to continue the innovation process, and makes our country safer and more secure from foreign adversaries.
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