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Domain Dispute Seems To Show Plight Of The ‘Little Guy’ In A Corporate System
A recent cybersquatting case processed under the World Intellectual Property Organization internet domain dispute procedures offers a possible glimpse of the plight of ordinary internet users in a global system dominated by large companies and their legal teams.
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Western Europe Who is a European?  In recent Katpost which mentioned the announcement of a new eight-person team at the top to lead the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), Merpel observed that, if it wasn't for the fact that one of the Deputy Directors...
USPTO Glossary Pilot Program Update
The USPTO began accepting applications for the Glossary Pilot on Monday, June 2 as part of ongoing efforts to improve the U.S. patent system. The Office initiated the pilot program to study the impact of glossary on claim clarity in the specification of software-related patent applications...
PTAB Update -- A Review of the First Round of Comments -- Part 2
By Andrew Williams -- As we have previously reported, the USPTO has been seeking feedback on the PTAB trial proceedings established by the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act. A Federal Register notice from June 27, 2014, contained a "Request for Comments on Trial Proceedings...

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Oops: Cops Distributing Spyware To Families As “Internet Safety” Tool
NYC Lawmakers Push Back Against Federal Detainment Orders
New York City would no longer honor detainment orders from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement without a warrant from a federal judge, under proposed legislation that marks the latest move by the city to limit cooperation with federal deportation efforts.
Celebrities Threaten Google With $100 Million Lawsuit for "Facilitating" Hacked Nude Photos
In a letter that rips Google for acting "like the NFL" and turning a blind eye, a lawyer representing celebrities warns of consequences read more
What is a Legislature?
One of the cases that the Supreme Court agreed today to hear presents the question of whether a state can by referendum create a commission to do congressional redistricting.  (Arizona State Legislature v. Arizona Indep. Redistricting).  Assuming that the Arizona Legislature has...
"The Supreme Court took a pass Thursday on its first chance to decide whether there is a...
Writes Robert Barnes in The Washington Post , making the non-news seem more exciting than it is. The court is considering cases from Virginia, Utah, Oklahoma, Indiana and Wisconsin where federal appeals courts struck down state prohibitions on same-sex marriages.... But those...

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