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Are pornographic films copyrightable? I answer this question in light of the Berne Convention as well as the national laws of three countries.
Would you like to share your knowledge and/or experience on this topic? Simply leave a comment!
Here is quick overview about examples of some key issues regarding intellectual property financing.
Please note that all these pics are extracts from various presentations and reflect opinions of their authors.
Added by Mikk Putk on May 30, 2011 at 2:00pm — No Comments
Just an update for you all, and perhaps something to think about.
You are all aware by now of my forming the UIAUK, however we are already pleased to announce some additions to the site, as promised.
you can have a look at the tools and resources by viewing the ‘Demo’ site at http://demo.uiauk.org . You will see in the toolbox area a number of ‘tools’ which are being provided to the members giving them the ability to fully understand and prepare…
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Kristin Whitman gives her thoughts and impressions of a soon-to-be major player in the prior art search tool landscape in the Intellogist Blog:
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I know this subject is not exactly related to IP, but it nevertheless bothers the privacy right of us all as individuals.
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Our expert on the scene, Kristin Whitman, delivers news, notes and impressions from the start of the conference!
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What do you think: is a tattoo a work of copyright?
And if yes, should the copyright infringed in a tattoo restrain Warner Bros from showing The Hangover Part II?
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The world of accessing and analyzing textual and other information has been revolutionized over the last ten or fifteen years, initially by primary research in research labs and universities, and then by companies like Google, Exalead and Yahoo as well as Open Source developments like Gate and Lucene.
And yet the tools used by most patent searchers have remained…Continue
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Become a patent search Master! Follow our top 10 patent search tricks of the trade, by downloading this FREE document…
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3. Rule Britannia?
Bear in mind that people in other countries don’t call stuff the same things we do. Those…Continue
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Sports from all around the world are compared to our fair patent industry in the latest Gear Grinder post on The Intellogist Blog:
Have some fun with us!
Here is a small collection of greatest patent and trademark infographics.
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Learn about the top 10 features of DEPATISnet, the official search system of the German Patent and Trademark Office, over at the Intellogist Blog!
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