OSNews: "Another article on intellectual property enforcement? Yes, since I consider this to be the most important struggle technology has to face over the coming decade."
on 04/16/2010 – Made popular on 04/16/2010
OSNews: "Other codecs often come up in these discussions. The distinction between the availability of source code and the ownership of the intellectual property in that available source code is critical."
eHomeUpgrade: "Microsoft has been bullying Linux software vendors with threats of lawsuits for infringing on their intellectual property (IP). Remedy: sign our �patent agreement� and share your technology in exchange for immunity."
eSecurity Planet: "Countries negotiating a major cross-border agreement to crack down on intellectual property crimes have agreed to release previously secret draft language of the controversial accord this week."
LWN.net: "But in reality the FLOSS ecosystem relies on a complex legal framework in order to run smoothly and to stand up to proprietary software competition: the various software licenses, contribution agreements, copyright and other "intellectual property" law."
Recording Industry vs The People: "The RIAA paid Holmes Roberts & Owen $9,364,901 in 2008, Jenner & Block more than $7,000,000, and Cravath Swain & Moore $1.25 million, to pursue its "copyright infringement" claims, in order to recover a mere $391,000."
Rusty Russell's Coding Blog: "The entire chapter was devoted to a glowing advertisement for Intellectual Ventures, pointing out that they own 20,000 patents �more than all but a few dozen companies in the world�, but of course �there is little hard evidence� that they are patent trolls."
Cyber Cynic: "I've given up on predicting when the zombie movie series staring the undead SCO monster is finally going to stay quietly in its grave Still, this week a jury is deciding whether SCO or Novell owns Unix's intellectual property rights."