IP Address Blog Updates for September 9, 2011

US | FTC Should Reject Online Advertisers’ Privacy Effort, Groups Say

Samsung tablet can’t be sold in Germany: court http://bit.ly/oYuHW5

Acer and ViewSonic sign Microsoft patent deals covering Android, Chrome OS devices

Hackers are the new mob: The White House decides to get serious on cybercrime | ti.me/ombVej

Canada | Copyright reform bill could be delayed by Supreme Court’s decision in 5 pending copyright appeals bit.ly/qNdiU7

Kraft’s Oscar Mayer, Rival Sara Lee Settle Lawsuit in Chicago Hot Dog War bloom.bg/p8cdtm

South Korea police probe Samsung Card over data breach reut.rs/pMvyMb

A lesson in branding – choose your trade-marks wisely! | What’s in a Name? Maybe a Lot. nyti.ms/npfxO7

Twitter Has 100M Monthly Active Users, And 40% Of Active Users Don’t Tweet tcrn.ch/nOokUb

US | Fighting Backlog in Patents, Senate Approves Overhaul nyti.ms/mS9j3F

Apple taps Japan court to ban sales of Samsung phones reut.rs/n7kCUQ

California | Patient Data Posted Online in Major Breach of Privacy nyti.ms/otw0Tk

Symantec says that cybercrime is as large as the illegal drug trade; valued at $388 BILLION USD nyti.ms/rejuSm

Column by Canada’s Privacy Commissioner | Respecting Canadians’ Privacy in the Decade After 9/11 huff.to/pc3iv4

Apple seeks to halt Japan sales of Samsung smartphones bit.ly/r9uOru

US copyright case | Former SAP Unit Charged for Oracle Downloads bloom.bg/paM6gk

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2 Responses to “IP Address Blog Updates for September 9, 2011”
  1. Hey Lorraine,
    Just stumbled across your blog on LinkedIn. Way to go!

    Marcia

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