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“A bird doesn’t sing because it has an answer”: a famous quote and the stamp of (in)authenticity

Published on: Author: James Chalmers Leave a comment

      On the IPKat blog, Mira T. Sundara Rajan comments on a fascinating drama in which the principal actors are two literary ladies and, making a relatively rare appearance centre stage, the United States Postal Service. This is how Mira unrolls the sequence of events and explains their legal significance: In a commendable… Continue reading

Copyright Evidence Project Seeking Paid Contributions

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Copyright Evidence, a project run by the CREATe Centre at the University of Glasgow is in the process of developing a wiki catalogue of studies related to copyright and intellectual property issues. The project is seeking several Research Assistants to contribute in the development of this resource. Contributors’ primary role will be the analysis of… Continue reading