An organized leisure activity session is called a Hoog in Hebrew. the sound H is a gutteral sound made at the back of the throat., as in Hanukkah. This is sometime transliterated as Ch. The vowel is like the u in Chanuckah / Hanukkah and… Read More ›
The UK Intellectual Property Office issues a Virgin trademark ruling that contrasts the Israel Approach
South African businessman get’s UK trademark for phrase including the word ‘virgin’, despite oppostion from Branson’s empire.
Sarkozy infringes copyright by pirating documentary about himself.
Joel Tennenbaum has been found guilty of illegally downloading copyright songs from a shared music Web site and fined $675,000. Over-ruling arguments that the Law was non-constitutional, Judge Nancy Gertner upheld the U.S. Copyright Law and the Digital Millennium Act under… Read More ›
Possibly in retaliating to the United States’ infamous annual US Special 301 Report, the European Commission has released a report finding fault with a number of American IP practices. In the report: United States Barriers To Trade And Investment For… Read More ›
Is downloading songs “fair use” and are Punishments under the Digital Millenium Act Unconstitutional?
Charles Nesson, a Harvard Law Professor, is to defend Joel Tenenbaum, a 25 year old down-loader of copyright songs, claiming the “fair use” exception to Copyright Law since the downloading was for personal use and not commercial. The trial is due… Read More ›