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Labour Pledges IP Law Reform, Conservatives Pledge Public Procurement Overhaul

14 Apr 2010  by Team Outlaw
Labour Pledges IP Law Reform, Conservatives Pledge Public Procurement Overhaul
The Labour Party has said that it will further reform intellectual property law if it is returned to Government in next month's general election. The Conservative Party has said...

Real-Time Targeting Of Ads Violates Privacy, Say US Pressure Groups

13 Apr 2010  by Team Outlaw
Real-Time Targeting Of Ads Violates Privacy, Say US Pressure Groups
US consumer regulator the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has been asked by consumer groups to investigate some of the internet's biggest companies in a review of whether users'...

WIPO To Mediate On TV Format Disputes

12 Apr 2010  by Team Outlaw
WIPO To Mediate On TV Format Disputes
Trade body the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) will mediate in what it says are frequent disputes over the rights to television formats. It will mediate disputes...

Talk Talk Restates Pledge To Go To Court Over Digital Economy Act Measures

09 Apr 2010  by Team Outlaw
Talk Talk Restates Pledge To Go To Court Over Digital Economy Act Measures
Telco Talk Talk has restated its pledge to take music and film companies to court if they try to use parts of the just-passed Digital Economy Act. It said it will not hand over...

Digital Economy Bill Passed by House of Commons

08 Apr 2010  by Team Outlaw
Digital Economy Bill Passed by House of Commons
The Digital Economy Bill has been passed by the House of Commons and will become law before the general election. The Bill was passed amidst criticisms from inside and outside of...

Digital Economy Bill Progresses Through Controversial Legislative 'Wash Up'

07 Apr 2010  by Team Outlaw
Digital Economy Bill Progresses Through Controversial Legislative 'Wash Up'
The Digital Economy Bill is likely to be passed into law in an accelerated legislative process ahead of the just-announced general election. The Opposition will oppose just three...