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Federal Circuit Flash Digest

 

By Frederick Ding — Edited by Jaehwan Park

 

Patent Assertion Entity Not a “Patentee” By Itself

 

Induced Infringement Verdict Not Defeated by Defendant’s Unreasonable Belief in Noninfringement

 

Continuations Can Be Filed on Same Day as Earlier Application’s Issuance

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Posted On Jul - 15 - 2016 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Flash Digest: News in Brief

By Daniel Etcovitch – Edited by Henry Thomas

Google Seeks Sanctions Against Oracle’s Attorney in Copyright Case

EU Parliament Passes Law Requiring Removal of Online Terrorist Content

9th Circuit Rules CFAA Applies to Password-Sharing

Apple Granted Patent Over Infrared System That Could Shut Down Cameras

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Posted On Jul - 15 - 2016 Comments Off READ FULL POST

On June 29, 2016, the Belgian Court of Appeals reversed the Belgian Court of First Instance’s order prohibiting Facebook from tracking non-users in Belgium and imposing a daily € 250,000 fine for noncompliance. The Appeals Court found the lower court erred in exercising jurisdiction over Facebook, whose European operations are headquartered in Ireland. The lower court found Facebook Belgium’s activities “inextricably linked” to Facebook Ireland, which allowed jurisdiction under EU law.

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Posted On Jul - 12 - 2016 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Flash Digest: News in Brief

By Gia Velasquez – Edited by Ken Winterbottom

Federal Court Grants Uber’s Class Action Certification Appeal

Independent Contractor Classification of Uber Drivers May Violate Antitrust Laws

Self-Driving Car Will Be Considered Autonomous Driver

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Posted On Apr - 19 - 2016 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Justice Department Indicates Some Retweets may be Endorsements

By Kevin Crenny – Edited by Mila Owen

The Justice Department has argued for the continued pre-trial detention of a woman charged with making threatening statements in support of ISIS, partially on the basis of her retweeting FBI employees’ personal information under the heading “Wanted to kill.” The filing drew attention for its apparent conflict with the oft-tweeted assertion that “retweets are not endorsements.” The context of the defendant’s other posts, however, make it difficult to read her retweets any other way.

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Posted On Apr - 18 - 2016 Comments Off READ FULL POST
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