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EFF Shines a Light on the NSA’s Plans for Disclosing (or Not) Software Weaknesses
EFF has won a battle in its fight to get the government to disclose its policy for deciding whether to tell the public about critical flaws in software when it finds out about them. Last year, we filed suit under the Freedom of Information Act to obtain the so-called Vulnerabilities Equities Process...
Your “Reality” Must Be Original To Win Copyright Protection
Since the debut of Candid Camera in the late 1940s, unscripted television of varying genres (from game shows to documentaries) has been a staple of American television. Not until the worldwide success of shows such as Survivor, however, did the genre, and in particular the staged...
IPEC puts its Sensitive Touch on joint authorship claim in a musical work
Nedim Malovic A few months ago the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (IPEC) issued a very interesting decision regarding post-punk bands, copyright and joint authorship in musical works. The case is  Minder Music & Another v Sharples . At the time when this judgment was...
Amicus Briefs in Support of Sequenom's Petition for Rehearing En Banc: 23 Law Professors
By Donald Zuhn -- Earlier this summer, in Ariosa Diagnostics, Inc. v. Sequenom, Inc., the Federal Circuit affirmed a decision by the District Court for the Northern District of California granting summary judgment of invalidity of the asserted claims of U.S. Patent No...

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Typically I read the WSJ over breakfast and then careen through the day from class prep to administrative tasks to...
"Former Bucks teacher fired after blog posts can't sue"
Chris Palmer of The Philadelphia Inquirer has a news update that begins, "A former Bucks County high school teacher who was fired after profanely blogging about her 'utterly loathsome' and 'frightfully dim' students cannot sue the Central Bucks School District for violating her right to...
“Are you showing contempt for this court?” “No, I’m doing my best to hide it.”
“Are you showing contempt for this court?” “No, I’m doing my best to hide it.” Mae West might get away with that attitude but Kentucky clerk Kim Davis can’t, as I explain in my (revised and expanded from last night’s post here) post at Cato . First paragraph: Across the political landscape this...

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