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US firm accuses Huawei of enlisting professor to obtain its tech
Claims solid state drive IP stolen.
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Digital copyright costs lands Universities Australia before tribunal
Copyright Agency says digital copies undermine licence value.
Nov 13 2018 7:00AM
Israel charges former employee of NSO Group with cyber crimes
State security concerns.
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NSW mulls digital asset inheritance laws
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Microsoft pledges to fight patent trolls for its cloud customers
Makes 10,000 of its own patents available.
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Apple, Broadcom sued by Caltech over wi-fi patents
Uni asserts patents for tech used in Apple devices since 2012.
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Oracle in legal bid to halt Rimini Street operations
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TPP to tighten intellectual property enforcement
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Australia joins 11 nations to finally lock in TPP trade deal
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Apple-Samsung US court battle headed for fourth trial
Hearing to work out damages scheduled for 2016.
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UK considers ten-year prison term for file sharers
Stronger stance on copyright infringement.
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US Supreme Court won't hear Google appeal in Oracle Java fight
Fair use defence last chance for Google.
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Euro and US police seize 292 domain names
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On the run for two years.
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High smartphone patent royalties undermine industry profitability: report
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May 30 2014 5:53AM
Oracle wins against Google in Java copyright case
Decision "will definitely shake up software industry".
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Dotcom's Melbourne middleman faces ASIC charges
Dubious shareholder in NZX reverse listing.
Mar 26 2014 6:35AM
Destined to repeat past copyright mistakes
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