Topic: World Intellectual Property Organization
In pre-revolution Tunisia, there was little room for entrepreneurs like Anis Aouini, who seeks to transform how Tunisians get energy, but lacked connections to the president.
Staff writer Peter Ford questions a Chinese stallholder about why knockoffs went missing from a market in Beijing, when a man barrels up to him to aggressively video his interview.
China finally appeared to match its talk on the sanctity of intellectual property rights with some enforcement – but only for two weeks.
The European Court of Justice overturned a Belgian court's injunction in what experts say is a victory for Internet providers and users over proponents of tighter copyright controls online.
11/29/2011 04:50 pm
The US withdrew funding after UNESCO's Palestine vote yesterday. There's no reason that Palestinians won't be able to muster the votes for recognition in other UN agencies like the International Atomic Energy Agency.
11/01/2011 11:46 am
Column: The liberalization of Internet domain names will help companies, but it will also make the Web way more complicated.
06/10/2009 01:00 am