IP Address Blog Updates for December 8, 2011

When Is an iPad Not an iPad? When It’s Sold in China, Says Court http://ti.me/vp0hrj

Intellectual property news on Nestle, RIM, Web Names, Icann, Yahoo!, ‘South Park’ bloom.bg/t8A3Dg

More on bespoke gTLDS | Web-Name Expansion Could Be ‘Disaster,’ FTC Chairman Says bloom.bg/sFdMIM

Video History Bill Passes House, Struggling Netflix Could Finally Stream On Facebook In US tcrn.ch/vTglRN 

Facebook flaw lets you view someone’s private photos cnet.co/vDPiCL 

Spam sinks to lowest level in almost three years, says Symantec cnet.co/uqKWDe

Yahoo awarded $610 million from lottery spammers cnet.co/rGmlRC

Cellphones Test Strength of Gym Rules nyti.ms/tSbMK5

How social media and texts can come back to haunt you in litigation natpo.st/uciLgZ

Why a small New Mexico company took RIM to court over the BBX name (and won) bit.ly/tvQcFw

Cyberthieves enter a new frontier – mobile devices bit.ly/sPYS6n

Court restrains RIM from using BBX mark at event bit.ly/sTobuF


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