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SolarCity Is Being Sued for Intellectual Property Theft

Elon Musk’s SolarCity has been accused of intellectual property theft by Cogenra Solar, a wholly owned subsidiary of SunPower , and Khosla Ventures.

In a lawsuit filed in San Francisco on Monday, the parties accused SolarCity of gaining undue advantage of Cogenra’s Shingling technology that helps in manufacturing high-efficiency commercially viable solar panels. 176 more words

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My Answers to Salon's 11 Questions to see if Libertarians are Hypocrites

Salon, one of the world’s most unbiased news sources, has published an article claiming to¬†expose the contradictions and faulty logic of libertarians with 11 questions. 867 more words

Philosophy

U.S. Department of Commerce Releases Updated Report Showing Intellectual Property-Intensive Industries Contribute $6.6 Trillion, 45.5 Million Jobs to U.S. Economy

The U.S. Department of Commerce today released a comprehensive report that finds that intellectual property (IP)-intensive industries support at least 45 million U.S. jobs and contribute more than $6 trillion dollars to, or 38.2 percent of, U.S. 548 more words

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Down to Earth Issues That an Israel Code of Practice Should Regulate

The following is a list of issues that I would like deliberated by the Ministry of Justice or the Knesset before legislating a Code of Practice for Israel Patent Attorneys. 1,501 more words

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Fonts, Images & Logos - Body Bonbon DIY

I wanted to share this page because I love the fonts on it and they are reasonably priced. You can use all of these for your labeling and logos etc. 374 more words

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The cereal that started a lawsuit

Kellogg’s famous Frosted Mini-Wheats cereal would have never became a reality if it wasn’t for the expiration of two 1912 patents and some rebranding.

In 1893, Henry Perky developed Shredded Whole Wheat cereal, displaying it at the World Fair in Chicago that same year. 361 more words

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