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Flash Digest: News In Brief
By Ken Winterbottom

Theft drives former Bitcoin giant Mt. Gox into bankruptcy

Lessig v. Liberation Music Settlement

“Google Tax” scrapped in Italy

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Posted On Mar - 3 - 2014 Comments Off READ FULL POST

With Goal of Innovation, European Union Proposes Uniform Trade Secret Guidelines
By Elise Young – Edited by Kathleen McGuinness

Last week, the European Commission proposed a directive for greater and more uniform protection of trade secrets throughout the European Union. The proposal’s goal is to increase innovation by better protecting EU businesses’ trade secrets and by removing barriers to cross-border research and development. The proposal is one part of the EU’s “Innovation Union” and IP strategies, adopted in May 2011.

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Posted On Dec - 4 - 2013 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Towards Trans-Atlantic Interoperability: Scientific Research and Privacy Under the EU Data Protection Regulation

Written by: Natalie Kim
Edited by: Alex Shank

The EU is currently drafting a General Data Protection Regulation, thought to be among the toughest data protection laws in existence. This comment address the growing interoperability problem between U.S. and EU data protection law and ways of mitigating it, like reducing third-party liability loopholes, strengthened de-identification techniques and enhanced data tracking measures.

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Posted On Aug - 11 - 2013 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Flash Digest: News in Brief
By Kathleen McGuinness

Google News Becomes Opt-In in Germany

Federal Circuit Rules that Software Patent Is Not an “Abstract Idea”

Tokyo Court Rules for Apple, Against Samsung in Bounce-Back Patent Dispute

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Posted On Jun - 22 - 2013 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Leaked Surveillance Programs Reveal Large-Scale Data Collection
By Michelle Sohn – Edited by Katie Mullen

Last week, the Guardian revealed two top-secret U.S. programs—Verizon metadata collection and PRISM—that allow the National Security Agency (“NSA”) to conduct domestic surveillance on a massive and unprecedented scale. The U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court ordered Verizon to provide the NSA with “telephony metadata.” The PRISM program allows the government direct access to participating companies’ servers.

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Posted On Jun - 15 - 2013 Comments Off READ FULL POST
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