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Italian court says that Wikipedia cannot be responsible for third party content
Earlier this month the Tribunale di Roma (Rome District Court) had some say on the liability of hosting providers for third party content.  It was not an IP case, but rather a slander/defamation one, and concerned the Italian version of the Wikipedia pages dedicated to Italian entrepreneur...
IPR Update -- The First Pharma IPR Decisions
By Andrew Williams -- Late last month, while many of us were getting ready to attend the BIO International Convention in San Diego, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board ("Board") issued four related inter partes review opinions, marking what many have called the first set of...
FIT as Efficient Auctions
Craig Morris at Renewables International kindly quotes my recent blog post about the recent German reform of the feed-in tariff. And he makes a very interesting point in closing his post: No problem – show me a bidding process that is more cost-effective than feed-in tariffs and provides...
White House Website Includes Unique Non-Cookie Tracker, Conflicts With Privacy Policy
Yesterday, ProPublica reported on new research by a team at KU Leuven and Princeton on canvas fingerprinting . One of the most intrusive users of the technology is a company called AddThis, who by are employing it in “shadowing visitors to thousands of top websites, from...

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The World Dan Markel Created
There have been such moving tributes to Dan Markel posted online that I wondered what I could add that hasn’t already been said about him. I didn’t know Dan as closely as many others, but I was fortunate to get to know him back in 2005. He was, as so many have said, one with a...
They came to stay, cont’d
It happened on AirBnB, the lodging-sharing service: “A woman rented her 600-square-foot Palm Springs, California, condo to someone for a little over a month, and now she says the guy won’t leave and is threatening to sue her.” [ Business Insider ] For the case of the nanny who...
"Prosecutors Are Reading Emails From Inmates to Lawyers"
This front page article will appear in Wednesday's edition of The New York Times. According to the article, "across the country, federal prosecutors have begun reading prisoners' emails to lawyers."
"A few years ago, Mel and I got into an argument about the house. I told her it was embarrassing."
"I asked her what she did all day. 'It really can’t be that hard to keep the house clean,' I said." We got into a huge fight. Mel told me that I needed to realize what she was up against. And then she told me something that really hit home. She said, “Sometimes it comes down between...
‘State’ of Confusion: The Crux of the Disagreement in the Obamacare Cases
In the span of two hours on Tuesday, two strikingly different opinions landed on a key part of the Affordable Care Act. The conflicting decisions essentially come down to one thing: definition of "the State."

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