Canadian Court Applies the Right to Be Forgotten Remedy to Intellectual Property Matters and In Order to Not Enforce the Ruling, Google Files a Lawsuit in U.S. in an Attempt to Get an Injunction Against the Canadian Order

Canadian Court Applies the Right to Be Forgotten Remedy to Intellectual Property Matters and In Order to Not Enforce the Ruling, Google Files a Lawsuit in U.S. in an Attempt to Get an Injunction Against the Canadian Order

By Maureen T. DeSimone On Thursday, November 2, 2017, Google convinced a California Federal court that it should not have to remove a website from its search engine. The thing is, Google was trying to not have to follow a Canadian Supreme Court ruling on June 28,...
Big Brother’s Listening

Big Brother’s Listening

By William Gray Are you comfortable with people looking at your phone? Today it seems people would rather chew their arm off rather than have someone look over their shoulder while they’re texting. But what do these people have to hide? With the vast majority of...
A Reckoning For The Patent Death Squad

A Reckoning For The Patent Death Squad

By Terence M. Durkin A question in front of the Supreme Court this term is whether inter partes review by the Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) violates the constitution by revoking private property rights through non-Article III courts.  The case is Oil States Energy...
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