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The US Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to decide whether more than 100 technology disputes must be reheard because judges were unconstitutionally appointed to a US Patent and Trademark Office tribunal in a case arising form a medical device patent challenge.
Peloton is getting sued by a competitor that’s alleging the company’s popular exercise bikes infringed on its patents.
A US judge on Monday ordered Cisco Systems Inc to pay $1.9 billion to a Virginia company that accused it of copyrighting its cybersecurity patents.
A Senate inquiry into the stoush over who has the right to reproduce the Aboriginal flag has rejected calls for the federal government to invoke its constitutional power to compulsorily acquire the copyright.
More than 100 content creators are urging former Vice President Joe Biden to move on a series of measures to boost copyright protection and enforcement if he is elected president.