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wipo

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WIPO wants to wipe out your rights

WIPO wants to wipe out your rights

By Sep. 27, 2005

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Amazon scores victory against Pinterest over control of .pin

Pinterest loses its fight to keep Amazon from controlling the new top-level domain .pin.

By Jul. 18, 2013

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Has Apple taken control of iPhone5.com?

Apple had complained to the World Intellectual Property Organization about the domain, which was unaffiliated with the iPhone maker. And now it seems to have found closure.

By May. 17, 2012

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Apple wins control over 'iPhone' porn domain names

The company terminates dispute with a domain name squatter after it gains control of iphonesex4s.com and six other names that contain the term "iPhone."

By Nov. 22, 2011

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Apple to porn name squatters: Knock it off

A new complaint has Apple targeting a handful of iPhone-related domains being used by pornographic Web cybersquatters.

By Nov. 3, 2011

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Apple angles for iPhone5.com domain

The company files a complaint with the World Intellectual Property Organization over iPhone5.com, a discussion forum and domain name that it doesn't -- yet -- control.

By May. 6, 2012

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New & Noteworthy: FileMaker Pro; iPod's a Winner; Apple opens 25th retail store

New & Noteworthy: FileMaker Pro; iPod's a Winner; Apple opens 25th retail store

By Dec. 10, 2001

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Pro-copyright group takes SOPA to task

When defending intellectual property rights, the influential Heritage Foundation often sounds like it's channeling Hollywood lobbyists. But not when it comes to the Stop Online Piracy Act.

By Dec. 21, 2011

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Buzz Out Loud 712: Windows XP--a 'pre-downgrade' upgrade

Dell, HP, and Lenovo will offer Windows XP as a "pre-downgrade," as a convoluted way to get you out of having to buy Windows Vista. Hear that, Microsoft? The bell tolls for you.

By Apr. 28, 2008

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Amazon invokes DMCA against Kindle e-books from other vendors

Online retailer claims federal law prohibits distribution of a Python utility that lets people use the Kindle to read e-books legally purchased from non-Amazon sources.

By Mar. 13, 2009