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- Should the U.S., Through IP Laws and Other Means, Protect Businesses from “Gray Goods” Imported Without Manufacturers’ Authorization?
- Facebook privacy debate is a passionate one.
- A US Congressional subcommittee
has requested information from Facebook, Twitter, and others about how they collect and store user data from mobile apps.
- Supreme Court issues unanimous ruling in Mayo v. Prometheus. The IP and patent consequences could be far-reaching.
- FCC clarifies rules for Low Power FM radio stations.
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