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Foreign Minister Mahat to attend UNHRC session in Geneva - Republica

February 25, 2017 - 5:10am

Republica

Foreign Minister Mahat to attend UNHRC session in Geneva
Republica
While in Geneva, Minister Mahat will also meet the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and Director-General of the World Intellectual Property Organizations (WIPO). He will return home on March 4.RSS.

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Uber accused of stealing its driverless car technology from competitor in federal lawsuit - RT

February 23, 2017 - 11:47pm

RT

Uber accused of stealing its driverless car technology from competitor in federal lawsuit
RT
The intellectual property battle is one of many in the industry. Waymo's lawsuit, filed Thursday, claims that Uber's laser technology, which gives driverless cars 360 degrees of sensory information, bears a “striking resemblance” to Waymo's own system.
A note on our lawsuit against Otto and Uber – Waymo – MediumMedium

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RSS TERMS OF SERVICE - The Pacific Tribune

February 23, 2017 - 7:21pm

The Pacific Tribune

RSS TERMS OF SERVICE
The Pacific Tribune
For instance, you may not publish our RSS feed on or in connection with any website that infringes upon or violates the copyrights, trademarks or other intellectual property rights of any person; is libelous or defamatory; is obscene, pornographic, or ...

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Mexico slams US immigration plan as Tillerson arrives - CNN

February 22, 2017 - 6:41pm

Mexico slams US immigration plan as Tillerson arrives
CNN
He has repeatedly said he wants to renegotiate the deal, which many experts agree wouldn't be a bad thing, given that it was originally written at a time when intellectual property, the Internet and e-commerce weren't major economic drivers. Schecter ...

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Fitbit reveals it paid $23 million to acquire Pebble's assets - TechCrunch

February 22, 2017 - 5:23pm

TechCrunch

Fitbit reveals it paid $23 million to acquire Pebble's assets
TechCrunch
According to today's filing, the amount Fitbit paid for the smartwatch pioneer's assets and intellectual property is actually $23 million — just north of the $20.3 million Pebble scored for its 2015 Time Kickstarter campaign. Also among the ...
Fitbit, Inc. - Fitbit Reports $574M Q416 and $2.17B FY16 Revenue, Sells 6.5M devices in Q416 and 22.3M devices in ...Fitbit, Inc.

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Faculty discusses proposed intellectual property policy changes - digitalBURG.com

February 22, 2017 - 2:32pm

Faculty discusses proposed intellectual property policy changes
digitalBURG.com
(WARRENSBURG, Mo., digitalBURG) — The Faculty Senate at the University of Central Missouri is scheduled to discuss proposed revisions to the university's Intellectual Property Rights Policy during its meeting Wednesday. The meeting is set for 3:15 p.m ...

From Trump the Nationalist, a Trail of Global Trademarks - New York Times

February 21, 2017 - 7:55pm

New York Times

From Trump the Nationalist, a Trail of Global Trademarks
New York Times
“We're talking about a candidate who was aggressively seeking large quantities of these foreign government intellectual property protections during the campaign, and who through the businesses he will continue to own will not only seek to maintain but ...

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Going global is of benefit to the profession in Scotland - Herald Scotland

February 21, 2017 - 7:03pm

Herald Scotland

Going global is of benefit to the profession in Scotland
Herald Scotland
Yet for a group such as the one Ms Cameron leads, which focuses on everything from health and safety and corporate crime to intellectual property and construction disputes, being able to work internationally is clearly a boon. This is not least because ...

Millennial Prenup - The New Yorker

February 21, 2017 - 1:32pm

The New Yorker

Millennial Prenup
The New Yorker
The number of 18- to 35-year-olds seeking prenups is on the rise nationwide, but many millennials are more interested in protecting intellectual property—such as films, songs, software and even apps that haven't been built yet—than cash. —New York ...

Google and Bing to hide pirated content, including football live streams and music torrents - The Independent

February 20, 2017 - 6:57am

The Independent

Google and Bing to hide pirated content, including football live streams and music torrents
The Independent
Eddy Leviten, director general at the Alliance for Intellectual Property, said: "Sometimes people will search for something and they will end up unwittingly being taken to a pirated piece of content. "What we want to ensure is that the results at the ...
Google and Microsoft agree to demote pirate search resultsEngadget
Google and Microsoft agree crackdown on illegal downloadsTelegraph.co.uk
Search engines and creative industries sign anti-piracy agreement - GOV.UKGov.uk

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Canon's Continued Innovation Earns Company Position Among Top Three US Patent Holder Companies - Military Technologies

February 19, 2017 - 8:40pm

Canon's Continued Innovation Earns Company Position Among Top Three US Patent Holder Companies
Military Technologies
MELVILLE, N.Y., January 12, 2017 – Redefining the boundaries of what's possible through its strong focus on innovation, Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, announced that its parent company, Canon Inc., has secured a spot among ...

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Ineffective laws fuelling Canada's online piracy problem, US copyright group says - CBC.ca

February 19, 2017 - 5:01am

CBC.ca

Ineffective laws fuelling Canada's online piracy problem, US copyright group says
CBC.ca
The report says progress has been made on taking down major Canadian-based hosts of illegitimate content in the past year following recent changes to the Copyright Act. But it calls for action to curb the theft of intellectual property that has earned ...

Microsoft Seeks Global Cybersecurity Accord - E-Commerce Times

February 18, 2017 - 1:40pm

E-Commerce Times

Microsoft Seeks Global Cybersecurity Accord
E-Commerce Times
While cyberattacks in 2015 involved nation-states going after companies' intellectual property, attacks in 2016 targeted various Democratic party and government institutions in the U.S., threatening the democratic process itself. Microsoft spends more ...
The need for a Digital Geneva Convention - Microsoft on the IssuesThe Official Microsoft Blog - Microsoft

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China violated its own law to grant Trump a trademark - ThinkProgress

February 18, 2017 - 10:17am

ThinkProgress

China violated its own law to grant Trump a trademark
ThinkProgress
And then it went on and on,” Mathew Dresden, an Seattle attorney who specializes in Chinese intellectual property law, told ThinkProgress. “Meanwhile, Trump's trademark application was rejected. And he appealed that, and he was unsuccessful. Then he ...

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Russian and Chinese hackers are targeting us 'daily', warns expert - Witney Gazette

February 17, 2017 - 1:46pm

Witney Gazette

Russian and Chinese hackers are targeting us 'daily', warns expert
Witney Gazette
Innovation often originates as university research and can be worth millions once commercialised, so what is known as intellectual property is a major draw for cyber criminals. Abingdon-based Riverbank IT Management director, Dr Malcolm Newdick says ...

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Experts at RSA give their best cybersecurity advice | InfoWorld - InfoWorld

February 17, 2017 - 7:35am

InfoWorld

Experts at RSA give their best cybersecurity advice | InfoWorld
InfoWorld
Come to the RSA show, and you'll find plenty of cybersecurity technology. The top vendors from across the industry are here, showing products for fighting ...

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Home Is Where the Resistance Is - New York Times

February 17, 2017 - 5:00am

New York Times

Home Is Where the Resistance Is
New York Times
It is one that Shanna Castillo has been using with precision since she started a neighborhood Facebook group, Love Trumps Hate Sunset Park Brooklyn, the week after Donald J. Trump was elected president. Every month, members invite undocumented ...

Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp: Labour's federal dream is a surefire route to political suicide - The National

February 16, 2017 - 9:04pm

The National

Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp: Labour's federal dream is a surefire route to political suicide
The National
... competition, product standards and intellectual property, company law and insolvency, social security, including to enable reciprocal arrangements with other states, professional regulation (for example to enable recognition of professional ...

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Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp: Labour's federal dream is a surefire route to political suicide - The National

February 16, 2017 - 9:01pm

The National

Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp: Labour's federal dream is a surefire route to political suicide
The National
... competition, product standards and intellectual property, company law and insolvency, social security, including to enable reciprocal arrangements with other states, professional regulation (for example to enable recognition of professional ...

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Experts at RSA offer up their best cybersecurity advice - Computerworld

February 16, 2017 - 7:34pm

Computerworld

Experts at RSA offer up their best cybersecurity advice
Computerworld
Those assets might be your staff, your intellectual property, your customer database, or something else. “Everybody has something of value,” he said. “Understand what you have that's valuable. And then understand where it is, and who has access to it.”.

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