Intellectual Property

GoDaddy No Longer Supporting SOPA Legislation

GoDaddy, a giant domain name registrar, has announced that it is no longer supporting the Stop Online Piracy Act otherwise known as SOPA, which is now making its way through U.S. Congress.

SOPA Bill 2012: GoDaddy Reveals Support

Web hosting company GoDaddy voiced its support for the SOPA Bill 2012, which would effectively let the U.S. government shut down any websites it feels are in violation of copyright.

China tops U.S, Japan to Become Top Patent Filer

China became the world's top patent filer in 2011, surpassing the United States and Japan as it steps up innovation to improve its intellectual property rights track record, a Thomson Reuters research report showed on Wednesday.

China tops U.S, Japan to become top patent filer

China became the world's top patent filer in 2011, surpassing the United States and Japan as it steps up innovation to improve its intellectual property rights track record, a Thomson Reuters research report showed on Wednesday.

China tops U.S, Japan to become top patent filer

China became the world's top patent filer in 2011, surpassing the United States and Japan as it steps up innovation to improve its intellectual property rights track record, a Thomson Reuters research report showed on Wednesday.

RIM Shares Set Another Low After Dismal Outlook

Shares of BlackBerry developer Research in Motion set a 52-week low of $12.73 Tuesday, continuing their plunge following its report of lower third quarter results and a disappointing fourth quarter forecast.

How Internet Porn Put SOPA Supporters in an Awkward Situation

Even as the controversy surrounding the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) continues, the bipartisan coalition of lawmakers were put in an awkward situation when they were forced to vote for protecting online pornographic material, in order to prevent a legal loophole in the anti-piracy act.

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