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When Grim Green Fences come out to socialise

As part of Disneyland Paris’ 25th Anniversary, a lot of attention was put into the refurbishment of existing and much loved attractions of the resort’s history rather than adding upon the parks’ footprints. 1,236 more words

Opinion

Climate Change Migration and Adaptation

After class with Professor Bateman and the video about climate change denial, I was able to reflect on how I can see the effects of climate change and the seriousness of it in my daily life. 453 more words

The UK Intellectual Property Office Publishes Corporate Plan 2017-2020

It is now generally accepted that intellectual property (IP) is valuable and important to the UK’s economic well-being with IP essential for innovation and growth.  The UK government aims to make the UK the best place to innovate, patent new ideas and set up and grow a business as well as to protect IP.  122 more words

Patents

How Legal is Memorabilia Containing The Pope's Image?

There seems to have been a recent increase in tourist souvenirs and other memorabilia containing the representation of The Pope.  Some reasons for this include the great popularity of Pope Francis (the 266th and current Pope of the Roman Catholic Church) among Catholic people and the easy access to the Pope’s photographs online.  220 more words

Trade Marks

Cyber economics: getting the board on board with cybersecurity

This article was first published on betterworkingworld.ey.com

Could you explain how a cyber breach affects your bottom line? Cyber economics aims to do just that… 632 more words

IT/IP Data Protection

How to detect a visitor's IP address

How to detect a visitor’s IP address

    Every visitor to your site or web application has an IP address. It can be used to determine where they are in the world, or at least where their ISP is. 289 more words

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