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How to Protect Your Blog Content From Copyright Infringement

Want to protect your blog content from being stolen? Wondering how to respond when your blog content is scraped? As a blogger, you put hours into creating original content. 52 more words

Ebook Piracy – What To Do If Someone Steals Your Book #KindlePreneur #h2e

by Dave Chesson  /

You’d be amazed at how many websites have pirated or claim to have pirated your book.|

There it is…sitting there, being given away for free…. 6 more words

Oculus Is Facing Yet Another Patent Infringement Lawsuit, This Time for Its 3D Imaging Tech

Facebook’s VR division Oculus is finding it difficult to distance from court battles, of late. While the ZeniMax lawsuit is far from over, the company has now been slapped with yet another lawsuit over the 3D imaging technology incorporated in their Rift VR headsets. 444 more words


The Cleveland Clinic Foundation et al. v. True Health Diagnostics LLC

Docket No. 2016-1766

June 16, 2017

Brief Summary: Patent directed at detecting myeloperoxidase release as a sign of cardiovascular disease ineligible under § 101. 486 more words


Just Publishing Advice

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Please check if your books are being included by any of the listed offender. If Yes – send Google a DMCA Take Down Notice

An evaluation of the extent to which the Court of Justice of the European Union’s interpretation of Article 101 TFEU has been effective in tackling restrictive agreements.

The focus of this essay is to critically asses what Article 101 TFEU provides and analyse some important cases related to infringement of Article 101. It will also provide an evaluation of the Court of Justice of the European Union’s (CJEU) interpretation of the article in question, and measures adopted to tackle agreements restricting competition. 3,296 more words


Essential Smartphone Faces Trade Mark Infringement Allegations Prior to Launch

The American computer programmer, engineer, entrepreneur and venture capitalist Andy Rubin recently announced his upcoming Essential smartphone.  Unfortunately before the product launch the company behind the Essential smartphone has been named in a trade mark infringement claim over the name Essential. 130 more words

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