Amazon Kindle Users Finally Can Check Out (Some) Library E-Books (paidContent)
Amazon’s library lending service for Kindle is now live at more than 11,000 libraries nationwide.
Why Cutting a Deal With Oracle Should Be Google’s Top Android Priority (paidContent)
While settlement discussions have not progressed very far, Oracle has lowered its damages request, and the author argues Google should reach a deal with Oracle since it has more to lose than Oracle at trial.
Amazon Wins ‘One-Click’ Purchasing Patent Appeal (Reuters)
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled that Amazon did not infringe technology patented by Cordance Corp.
$10 Settlement Offers: The Entertainment Industry’s New Copyright Tactic (paidContent)
Content owners are using Digital Rights Corp to monitor file-sharing sites and send $10 settlement offers in a new copyright enforcement tactic based on a massive scale and low dollar amounts.
ICE’s Morton Aims to Pull the Plug on Piracy (The Hill)
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director John Morton talks about the importance and his focus on fighting intellectual property violations.
NYC Cracking Down on Counterfeit Merchandise to Protect Image, Money (AMNewYork)
New York City officials are taking extraordinary steps to protect the iconic and profitable “NYC” name and other city trademarks, including “NYPD” and “FDNY.”
Apple Gains Ground in China Piracy Battle with New Patents (Mac Daily News)
Apple was granted 40 patents in China, giving it new ammunition to fight the rampant piracy of its products there.
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