Patent Litigation Cost US Business About A Trillion Dollars In A Quarter Century, Outweighing Benefits | Techdirt The Costs and Benefits of United States Patents by James E. Bessen, Peter Neuhäusler, John L. Turner, Jonathan W. Williams | SSRN Posted from Diigo.
F.C.C., in ‘Net Neutrality’ Turnaround, Plans to Allow Fast Lane – NYTimes.com “The Federal Communications Commission will propose new rules that allow Internet service providers to offer a faster lane through which to send video and other content to consumers, as long as a content company is willing to pay for it, according to people […]
What is network neutrality? – Everything you need to know about network neutrality – Vox Posted from Diigo.
The Punjab Police to be Sued for Producing a Pirated CD in Court | Spicy IP “The Punjab Police to be Sued for Producing a Pirated CD in Court” La pirateria dilaga… Posted from Diigo.
Norway is the Best Place in the World to be a Writer | New Republic “So long as a new Norwegian book passes quality control, Arts Council Norway purchases 1,000 copies of it to distribute to libraries—or 1,550 copies if it’s a children’s book. “ Posted from Diigo.
Apparently, the Heartbleed bug was discovered on the same day by two different teams. Is it just a very strange coincidence?
Nella sentenza del 10 aprile 2014 (Causa C‑435/12; «ACI Adam») la Corte di Giustizia UE ha chiarito che la Direttiva europea sulla protezione del diritto d’autore non consente ai legislatori nazionali di equiparare «copia privata» e «copia pirata» quando si tratta di stabilire eccezioni al diritto esclusivo di riproduzione spettante agli autori. Gli Stati dell’Unione […]
The short guide to Capital in the 21st Century – Vox Posted from Diigo.
Interview With David Andolfatto – Business Insider “St. Louis Fed Vice President: Bitcoin Could Be A Good Threat To Central Banks” Posted from Diigo.
Everything Old Is Unavailable Again: How Copyright Has Ebooks Operating In The 1800s | Techdirt “Nothing sucks more than a great new technology with old-world thinking attached to it. “ Posted from Diigo.