Posts Tagged ‘Internet’

From “Court Tells Omega Copyright Is Not A Sword; Rejects Attempt To Control Grey Market As Copyright Misuse”

Fascinating article about how watchmaker Omega has tried to control gray market sales of its watches by putting an engraving on the backs of its watches and then claiming copyright infringement when those watches are resold by CostCo.  Read the article here.

Lying on the Internet could soon become a federal crime

November 16, 2011 2 comments

An article posted by Andrew Couts on discusses the potentially terrifying legal conclusion that the US Department of Justice is looking to make violation of a website’s terms of service agreement a Federal crime. Read more here:

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