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Top Canadian Court Permits Worldwide Internet Censorship
A country has the right to prevent the world’s Internet users from accessing information, Canada’s highest court ruled on Wednesday. In a decision that has troubling implications for free expression online, the Supreme Court of Canada upheld a company’s effort to force Google to de-list entire...
DMCA Safe Harbor Doesn’t Protect Zazzle’s Printing of Physical Items–Greg Young...
The court summarizes the key facts: “GYPI alleges that Zazzle has publicly displayed 41 paintings by Westmoreland or Erickson on its website, and that Zazzle has created consumer products bearing these images.” GYPI lacked standing to enforce the Westmoreland...
UK UPC ratification timetable to continue in September, while Prep Committee acknowledges...
Confused about UK legislative process? The IKat is here to help The recent IPKat post bringing news that the Order on Privileges & Immunities had been laid before the UK Parliament brought several e-mails questioning the legislative steps needed to ratify the UPC Agreement...
Nantkwest, Inc. v. Matal (Fed. Cir. 2017)
By Josh Rich -- Patent applicants dissatisfied with final outcome of patent prosecution proceedings have long had two options for court review of a Patent and Trademark Appeal Board decision: an appeal to the Federal Circuit under 35 U.S.C. § 141 or a civil action in the Eastern...

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Supreme Court To Hear Arguments on Whether Businesses Can Force Hires into Waiving Their...
A case being briefed before the Supreme Court will challenge the legality of a common practice by employers – forcing potential hires to sign contracts waiving their right to sue. The LA Times recently ran an editorial covering the ramifications of the case, brought against Murphy Oil USA...
CNN Under Fire Over Statements By Producer Calling Collusion Coverage “Bulls**t” and...
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"A man yelled 'Freedom!' as he crashed his vehicle into Arkansas' new Ten Commandments...
"... nearly three years after he was arrested in the destruction of Oklahoma's monument at its state Capitol, authorities said." In the video [on Michael Reed's Facebook page], the sky is dark and the Arkansas Capitol's dome is visible. Music is heard followed by a female voice, likely...
"Unlocking the Mysteries of the Supreme Court's Entry Ban Case"
Marty Lederman has this post at the "Take Care" blog.
Mills College ceases to be a liberal arts college
They have axed their philosophy department and will fire its two tenured faculty. Let the lawsuits begin, the college deserves it for this egregious breach of contract. If there is fundraising to support legal remedies for the two tenured faculty...

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