Patent & IP news for October 6, 2012

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They Invented What? (No. 221) from

U.S. Patent No. 110,760:  Precautionary attachment for bottles containing poison. JW Note:  An old patent (circa 1871), but located just in time for the Halloween season!  Hat tip to the United States Patent ...

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Analysis of detailed version of preliminary ITC ruling on Samsung complaint against Apple from

A couple of days ago, the detailed version of the initial determination made by Administrative Law Judge E. James Gildea on Samsung's ITC complaint against Apple entered the public record. It spans 611 pages ...

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The “Word” Is Not Enough: New Cybercrime Prevention Act Leaves Philippine Plagiarists Criminally Vulnerable from

The institution of a controversial new Cybercrime Prevention Act in the Philippines may leave plagiarists subject to criminal sanctions. The penalty for the plagiarism depends on the number of prior offences, but first-time infringers can ...

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PTAB PRPS Trials Portal Gets Software Improvements from

The PTAB PRPS Trials Portal just got better.  If you login to the system (depending on what browser you are using), you will see that PRPS now provides much better access to all public documents ...

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