The ugly intellectual property rights to...
By David Berlind
for Between the Lines
| December 14, 2004 -- 15:12 GMT (07:12 PST)
| Topic: Legal
The ugly intellectual property rights to software
MaxRoam drives cost/complexity out of international roaming
Tech & Work
Farewell to ZDNet (and CNET)
Demo: ClusterSeven's Enterprise Spreadsheet Manager tightly monitors spreadsheet integrity
Google Apps 'founder' Rajen Sheth: We dialog with users through new code
The EU's new copyright laws threaten to destroy the internet
Huawei continues dominance as China's smartphone sales slow in Q4: IDC
Huawei continues its dominance in its domestic market, with IDC reporting that it sold 5.7 million more smartphones in Q4 2018 year over year.
Duelling ghosts battle over encryption laws in a dying Parliament
Can Amazon, Facebook, Google be tamed by being forced to share their data?
A major German party thinks mandatory data-sharing with rivals and the public can rein in Big Tech.
Ex-Apple lawyer in charge of stopping insider trading charged with insider trading
Exec told workers not to trade Apple shares using inside information and then did it himself, says the SEC.
AT&T adds Chicago and Minneapolis to 5G rollout
Cryptocurrency exchange Byte Power cops AU$33k fine from ASIC
The corporate watchdog alleges that Byte Power failed to comply with its continuous disclosure obligations.
No, you can't take open-source code back
A popular note on the Linux Kernel Mailing List claims that a program's author can block people from using his code at his discretion. Wrong.
US government warns allies about Huawei again
The US has told Hungary that America finds it ‘more difficult’ to partner with nations that have Huawei equipment deployed.