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Executive Order Promotes Public-Private Collaboration to Protect Critical Infrastructure from Cyber Threat
By Jessica Vosgerchian — Edited by Ashish Bakshi

Executive Order 13636—Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity

On February 12, President Obama signed an Executive Order to increase information sharing between government agencies and private companies regarding cybersecurity threats to critical infrastructure. The order mandates the delivery of classified reports to infrastructure companies that are likely targets of cyber attacks.

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

Flash Digest: News in Brief

By Kathleen McGuinness

Congress Passes Symbolic Resolution: “No UN Control of the Internet”

Supreme Court Will Hear Case on the Legality of Pay-for-Delay Practices

Preliminary PTO Finding Invalidates Key Apple Multitouch Patent

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Posted On Dec - 9 - 2012 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Fifth Circuit Says First Amendment May Protect Domain Names

Gibson v. Texas Dep’t of Ins. – Div. of Workers’ Comp.
By Michael Hoven – Edited by Daniella Adler

The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit affirmed in part and reversed in part the Northern District of Texas, which had dismissed John Gibson’s claim that a Texas law barring him from using the words “Texas” and “workers’ compensation” or “workers’ comp.” in his domain name violated the First, Fifth, and Fourteenth Amendments.

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Posted On Dec - 6 - 2012 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Judges Approves Google’s $22.5 Million Settlement with FTC for Safari Privacy Violation

United States v. Google, Inc.
By Casey Holzapfel – Edited by Charlie Stiernberg

The United States District Court for the Northern District of California approved a proposed consent order between the United States and Google that requires Google to pay a $22.5 million civil penalty. Amicus curiae Consumer Watchdog was granted leave to submit a brief challenging the stipulated consent order, after it was filed in August. District Judge Susan Illston was not persuaded by Consumer Watchdog’s brief, however, and rejected its challenge.

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Posted On Dec - 4 - 2012 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Flash Digest: News in Brief

By Craig Fratrik

USPTO Director Kappos to Leave in January

SCOTUS to Hear Case on Patentability of Human Genes

Syria Cut Off from Internet for 38 Hours

District Court Rules Against Injunctions from RAND Standards Patents

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Posted On Dec - 3 - 2012 Comments Off READ FULL POST
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