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Cybersecurity Patent Strategies vs. the Growing Barriers to Software Patents

More and more companies who offer blockchain and other next generation cybersecurity technologies are seeking patents to help protect their competitive position. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s (USPTO’s) Technology Center 2400, which covers networking, multiplexing, cable and security technologies, includes over 200 Patent Examiners who focus on security technologies. 2,074 more words


Defensive Patent Strategies for Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies

Many companies who offer next generation cybersecurity technologies are experiencing significant growth in both corporate share value and revenue. To help protect against competition, many companies are seeking patents to cover their blockchain and other distributed ledger technologies, security awareness training systems, and innovative real-time data analytics methods. 535 more words


Trends in Patenting Blockchain Technologies

With the recent rise in values of cybercurrencies such as bitcoin, and with increasing interest in initial currency offerings (ICOs), businesses around the world are rushing to build value with new blockchain technologies and applications. 689 more words


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Q. We want to start sending out policies electronically, is there anything that we need to do in regard to prior notification to our insureds? 233 more words

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Fox launches GDPR Check app

Fox Rothschild LLP has launched a new mobile app to help businesses catalog their data management practices and determine necessary steps to comply with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will take effect in May 2018. 73 more words

Business And Transactions

E-Com with Benefits

People just watch their favorite TV show, listen to a radio program, or read pages of broadsheets or magazines, all day – or even all night long.

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Electronic Communication

Inertia Blues

Where we last left off, I was logging the minute details of my doctor’s visits for the mystery lump. I was frustrated. But I had a boyfriend, a whole new slew of medications whose relief I looked forward to, and in spite of being ill, a steady stream of jobs that I was grateful for. 623 more words