AFLC Appeals Denial of “Stop Islamisation of America” Trademark

Human embryos & beginning of life back at European Court

Justices debate gene patenting issues: In Plain English

SCOTUS Argument preview: The right to study genes

South Carolina Episcopal Bishop Sues Break-Away Parishes Over Right To Be Identified As Protestant Episcopal Church

The human genes case: Made simple | SCOTUS Blog

Germany: No Patenting Of Human Embryonic Stem Cells, If Obtained Through The Destruction Of Human Embryos

Myriad Genetics calls on Scotus to reject petition from ruling finding DNA molecules patent-eligible

You right to resell your own stuff is in peril: SCOTUS considers copyright law

7th Circuit: Embedded web videos don’t necessarily infringe copyright

Fed Circuit Judges Attend Historic Intellectual Conference in China

MPAA: you can infringe copyright just by embedding a video; Fed. circuit split brewing?

    ArsTechnica: The Motion Picture Association of America is squaring off against a coalition of Internet giants and public interest groups over the key question of whether it’s possible to directly infringe copyright by embedding an image or video hosted by a third party. A federal judge took that position last July, prompting a chorus of criticism.


  • Posted: 04/12/2012
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  • Category: Miscellaneous
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  • Source: arstechnica.com

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