Patent & IP news for December 5, 2010

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post image Can Counterfeiting Be Justified: the Case of the Koreas from

I want to begin with a very unKat-like admission. Some 15 years ago, fellow Kat Jeremy and I were both speaking at a conference in Tel-Aviv. There was no pre-conference sharing of the contents of ...

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Stopping Copyright Infringement on the Internet? from

Protecting intellectual property on the Internet has been a dilemma for the music and movie industry since peer-to-peer technology emerged with the original Napster.

Recently in an effort to curtail copyright infringement the government has ...

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Text-Based Talks Begin In Cancun Climate Talks; Civil Society Demands Transparency from

Global talks to address climate change being held in Cancun hobbled along last week amid calls for flexibility among parties. Japan declared its opposition to an extension of the Kyoto Protocol setting binding targets for ...

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Never mind the rigid rules -- be fair to patentees, says judge from

Ont Saturday, 4 December, a seminar --  "Comparative Perspectives on Protecting Products by Patents" -- was organised by Justine Pila and Graeme Dinwoodie and held St Catherine's College, Oxford.  Fellow blogger, legal practitioner, podcaster and IP ...

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Mavrix Photo Sues Daily Mail Of London For Copyright Infringement Of Celebrity Images from

Los Angeles, CA – Mavrix is a celebrity photography agency that licenses its photos to newspapers, television programs and magazines. Associated Newspapers Limited publishes the Daily Mail print newspaper and an online version at www.dailymail ...

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