Also, as an experiment, have a look at:
A blog relating to Internet legal issues by Professor John Swinson, University of Queensland
The case also underscores the challenges that global companies face in trying to safeguard their designs and intellectual property in the hotly contested smartphone market, particularly here in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, an electronics manufacturing center known for piracy and counterfeiting."
A commentary is here: http://www.itwire.com/content/view/25413/1141/
Here is a back story about it: http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2009/05/went-walkabout-brought-back-google-wave.html
Lars Rasmussen is speaking later this month in Brisbane, and next month in Sydney & Melbourne. He invented Google Maps, and now Google Wave. He lives in Sydney.
2009 Innovation Lecture - Dr Lars Rasmussen, Google30 June 2009 Brisbane – Customs House
In a long-awaited opinion, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Google must face a trademark infringement lawsuit for selling keywords that trigger ads.
The three-judge panel reversed a lower court's dismissal of Rescuecom v. Google, 06-4881, in which computer-repair company Rescuecom had claimed that users could be confused by links to competitors' ads that appear alongside Google search results for the company's trademarked name.
Rescuecom Corp. v. Google Inc., 2009 WL 875447 (2d Cir. April 3, 2009)
SMCB March is a panel discussion about legal issues related to the social media world. Joining us on the panel for the evening is:
After you've picked the lawyers' brains hang around for a few drinks downstairs at Lock n Load's Jazz Night. Feel free to arrive from 5.30pm, with the panel session starting at 6.00pm.
- Peter Black, Lecturer, QUT Law School
- Professor Brian Fitzgerald, Professor of Intellectual Property and Innovation, QUT Law School
- John Swinson, Partner, Mallesons
SMBC March is proudly supported by QUT Faculty of Law and Lock n Load Bistro.
Google Patent Chief: Patent reform needed more than ever
Posted: 03 Mar 2009 11:29 AM PST
Editorial by Michelle Lee, Head of Patents and Patent Strategy at Google, See http://googlepublicpolicy.blogspot.com/2009/03/patent-reform-needed-more-than-ever.html
THE state election campaign is yet to officially begin, but a new battlefront has emerged in cyberspace in the fight to win over undecided voters.Anyone googling Labor MP Dean Wells' name will first see a link to his Liberal National Party opponent's website on their screens.
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