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Friday, July 20, 2012

Judge Continues Prohibition on Samsung Tablet Sales


“A U.S. appeals court denied Samsung on Thursday a stay on a preliminary injunction by a District Court on the sale of its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet, in a patent dispute with Apple. . . . The Judge said the court had previously found the Galaxy Tab 10.1 to be substantially similar ‘in the eyes of the ordinary observer’ to the D’889.” (ComputerWorld)

Such is where artificial property leads.

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“Intellectual Property: Silly or Sinister?” by David K. Levine