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DMV Photo-Sharing, Facial Recognition Nixed from California Strategic Plan
More than 1,500 Californians over the last two weeks joined EFF in an email campaign to defeat a proposal by an obscure committee within the California Department of Justice that would have  compromised the privacy and security of their driver-license photos .  As part of its...
BREAKING: EPO staff union to win formal recognition?
The President of the EPO and Chairman of the Administrative Council (AC) have just published a joint statement following the recent AC meeting. Merpel is pleased to see that the AC is at last starting to address the crisis in staff relations that has developed in recent years...
Busy Year At WTO: 20th Anniversary, Doha Round, Dispute Settlement Overload
This year is an auspicious moment for the World Trade Organization and the multilateral trading system, WTO Director General Roberto Azevêdo told journalists today. In particular, he said, the WTO, after a hiatus last year, is implementing the results of the 2013 Bali agreement on...
WIPO Releases Data on 2014 International Patent Filings
By Donald Zuhn -- Last week, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) released data on 2014 international application filings under the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT). WIPO noted that U.S. and Japanese filings accounted for almost half (48.5%) of all...

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Study: Alcohol Advertising Grew 400% In 40 Years — But Americans Aren’t Drinking More
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"Wal-Mart in no hurry to pay workers after Pennsylvania court loss"
The Times Leader of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania has this report .
Judge Berates Attorneys for ‘Breathtaking’ Prolixity
The judicial revolt against legal verbosity spilled into a federal court in Manhattan where a judge presiding over a business dispute scolded lawyers on both sides of the case for "choking the docket" with "behemoth" pleadings.
Griswold and the Bill of Rights
This is the 50th anniversary of Griswold v. Connecticut, and I’ve been thinking about the case as part of my research on the Bill of Rights.  As I’ve mentioned in prior posts, Griswold is the only Supreme Court opinion that reads the first set of amendments holistically...
Symposium: The Future of Financial Intermediation
I'm driving up to Winston-Salem today for what looks to be an excellent conference at Wake Forest. I'm looking forward...

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