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All is Fair (Use) in Love (Lace)
I learned about this interesting fair use case from a tweet  posted his week by Eleonora. Thank you @eLAWnora! On August 25, 2014, Judge Thomas P. Griesa from the Southern District of New York (SDNY) dismissed the copyright and trademark infringement...
Aaron Swartz's Work, Computer Crime Law, and "The Internet's Own Boy"
It’s been more than a year since Aaron Swartz’s tragic death, and now Aaron’s life is the subject of a new documentary, The Internet’s Own Boy , directed by Brian Knappenberger. The documentary has received much acclaim and deservedly so. It tells the story of a political...
UN Inspectors Find Need For Transparency, Changes In Governance At WIPO
The United Nations Joint Inspection Unit (JIU) has issued a substantive analysis of management and administration in the UN World Intellectual Property Organization. And while the report highlights significant progress in a number of areas, it offers a list of ways WIPO can do better –...
Planet Bingo, LLC v. VKGS LLC (Fed. Cir. 2014)
By Michael Borella -- Planet Bingo is the assignee of U.S. Patent Nos. 6,398,646 and 6,656,045, both directed to computer-implemented methods and systems for managing bingo games. Planet Bingo filed an infringement action in the United States District Court for the Western District of...

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Redbox Is Running DVD And Blu-Ray Price Hike Tests Again
Texas Is Failing to Properly Fund Public Schools, Judge Rules
AUSTIN, Texas—A state judge ruled on Thursday that Texas is still failing to adequately fund public schools, after legislators last year restored $3.5 billion in spending cuts.
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"Big wins elusive for EPA in Clean Water Act showdowns"
Jeremy P. Jacobs of Greenwire has this report today.
Again, Goodwill Does Not Accept Skull Donations
Quick reminder: unwanted human skulls should probably be dropped off at the medical examiner's office, not Goodwill. I thought we had settled this last month when somebody donated three skulls to a Goodwill in Bellevue, Washington, but another one just...                   Related...

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