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Calls for Papers: ABA-IPL Intellectual Property Law Scholarship Symposium

The American Bar Association Section of Intellectual property Law is seeking papers for its second annual Intellectual Property Law Scholarship Symposium to be held on March 25-27 in Bethesda, MD. 103 more words

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Intellectual Property: Promoting or Hindering INNOVAION?

By Lee Po Ping

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In 2011, Apple started to litigate against Samsung in patent infringement suits. By July 2012, the two companies were still involved in over 50 lawsuits around the globe, with damages over billions of dollars claiming between the two parties (Wikipedia). 761 more words

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The Battle of Social Media Asset on Facebook

By Ho Chi King

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Facebook becomes indispensable to many of us and we are more than happy to share our lives with friends or even strangers. 901 more words

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Is it possible to transfer digital goods, during one’s lifetime, or after one’s death?

By Marie-Andrée Weiss

The issue of the transfer of digital goods, whether during or after one’s lifetime, has been debated lately in the U.S. While the European Union (EU) has addressed the issue of resale of software programs, it has not yet addressed the issue of… 1,063 more words


Online copyright jurisdiction in the EU: Is dematerialisation the answer?

By Mark Owen (with grateful thanks to Adam Rendle and Dominik Thompson, respectively of Taylor Wessing’s London and Vienna offices)

A thorny issue which courts around the world have grappled with over the last decade has been the question of Courts’ jurisdiction over online activities, including IP infringements.  806 more words


Call for Papers: We Robot 2015

We Robot is seeking papers for its fourth annual robotics law and policy conference to be held on April 10-11, 2015 at the University of Washington School of Law. 102 more words

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Bitcoins—an investment bubble or a currency of freedom?

By Jasmine Sandra Leung

What is Bitcoin?

Bitcoin is a revolutionary software-based system which allows users to make transactions without any central administrator. Bitcoins are stored in a free and secure online wallet, allowing us to send bitcoins to anywhere in the world. 872 more words

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