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Antigua's threat to plunder American intellectual property: Video explains it all

gigaom.com
Antigua ruffled feathers this week when it announced plans (PDF) to retaliate against American gambling prohibitions by disregarding U.S. intellectual property rules. In theory, this could mean a free-for-all on music, movies and software. The tiny Caribbean nation says a WTO victory against the United States means it can use...
Antigua's threat to plunder American intellectual property: Video explains it all

Curebit apologizes for theft, but leaves something out

venturebeat.com
Curebit co-founder Allan Grant has posted a public apology to 37signals for stealing its design and code. Social-referral startup Curebit made the admittedly boneheaded mistake of ripping off design and assets from 37signals, one of the best-known schools of UI and startup thought-leadership on the Web. When the mistake was...
Curebit apologizes for theft, but leaves something out

America Is Going to Be Very Sorry It Every Taught China About Intellectual Property Laws

betabeat.com
No sooner had Apple announced a $60 million settlement in a longstanding dispute with a Chinese firm over the trademark for “iPad,” than another lawsuit has reared its head. In the first instance, Proview Technologies alleged it trademarked iPad in Mainland China 12 years ago. The second suit is a little...
America Is Going to Be Very Sorry It Every Taught China About Intellectual Property Laws
'Anonymous' hackers realize intellectual property rules may have value after all [video]
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