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“Germans Have Been Buying Price Decline”
From this article by Justin Gillis at the New York Times on the transition to renewable energy in Germany. The whole quote would be “The Germans were not really buying power – they were buying price decline”, attributed to Hal Harvey, CEO of the “Energy Innovation” think tank . I agree...
13 Principles Week of Action: Location Privacy is a Human Right
Between 15th-19th of September, in the week leading up the first year anniversary of the 13 Necessary and Proportionate Principles, EFF and the coalition behind the Principles will be conducting a Week of Action explaining some of the key guiding principles for surveillance law...
PTAB Decides Inter Partes Review of Patent at Issue in Ariosa v. Sequenom
By Kevin E. Noonan -- On September 2nd, the Patent Trial and Appeals Board (PTAB) entered judgment in an inter partes review styled Ariosa Diagnostics v. Isis Innovation Ltd. (IPR 2012-00022). The Board found that Ariosa demonstrated, by a preponderance of the evidence of...
Does Book Touring Still Matter?
Over on his Whatever blog, John Scalzi gives eight reasons why he answers that question with "yes" . As he's presently on a book tour it might be somewhat self-serving for him to say this but actually I think he makes good points and I generally agree with him. Then again, I'm an old...

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AM Roundup: Net-Neutrality Comments Set Record; Ex-Auschwitz Guard Charged With...
AM Roundup: Law Blog rounds up the morning's news.
Ebola nightmare
This is scary and deserves notice. And if the worst nightmare isn't realized, we will probably have Cuba to thank.
CULTURE OF CORRUPTION: Report – emails reveal ‘collusion’ with green activist groups over EPA…
CULTURE OF CORRUPTION: Report – emails reveal ‘collusion’ with green activist groups over EPA climate agenda.
Why Did SEC Commissioner Aguillar Dissent In An Enforcement Case?
Enforcement cases, where the enforcers have total discretion about what to do, don't often motivate dissents from one of those...
Short Updates: A Thank-You to Eugene Meehan
The amount of information required to stay abreast of the changing law, in a general sense, is massive. Supreme Court of Canada statistics tell us that there were over 70 decisions to read from that court alone every year. Add your jurisdiction’s Court of Appeal and trial courts decisions...

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