Last week's set of Canadian Supreme Court decisions gutting the copyright laws make me wonder whether there is any serious jurisprudence in Canada.
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Consumers need to understand that, if they want to use lots and lots of free information services on the internet, they have to pay for it by being targets of advertising.
The United Nations has nothing to offer in the patent dialog and should stay out of it.
The behavior of some patent and copyright "trolls" is distasteful, but this doesn't justify dismantling intellectual property law.
The EU high court got this one totally wrong. The reality is that selling used software is exactly the same as piracy.
Italian law says Apple must provide two years of support free. Seriously.
I have to wonder if funding a bureaucracy like the FCC, which first must approve a merger like Comcast's and then levies minor fines for minor infractions while making grand claims and paying out bureaucrats' salaries, is taxpayer money well spent.
Fanboys and Fangirls: what do you say about technology patents now that your beloved Apple is being protected by them?
The $10 million Facebook "sponsored stories" settlement is actually a $10 million settlement plus $10 million in legal fees. And I wonder why people hate lawyers.
Cows have been around for ages, and nobody ever figured out how to butcher this particular steak. The inventors of this process have effectively made every cow worth more, and deserve a piece of the action.