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Government gives £3 million boost to anti-IP crime unit

Funding will secure future of 21-strong City of London Police team ‘until at least 2017’ read more »

German publishers capitulate and let Google post news snippets -- for now

The publishers probably won't get any money from Google, the German antitrust authority said. read more »

Australian ISP stands up to filmmakers hunting pirates

Innocent people might be bombarded with letters demanding high settlement fees, one ISP said read more »

New European Commission, approved by Parliament, will focus on the digital domain

The European Parliament has put an end to uncertainty over who will direct the EU's policy on data protection and telecom regulations read more »

Google, Facebook continue massive lobbying efforts in Q3

Google is on track to spend more money this year attempting to influence lawmakers than any other tech company read more »

Rimini Street's practices remain 'suspect,' Oracle alleges

Oracle isn't buying that the third-party support provider has made its services legally compliant read more »

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Westminster View: What sex work and e-reading teach us about federated architecture

How a start-up illustrated the benefits of having a thoughtful approach to architecture read more »

CIOs consider putting a price tag on data

Understanding the value of your data helps set the budget to protect it read more »

Glyn Moody misunderstands the software industry and software-related patents

The debate rages on read more »

Free (with strings attached): Keeping track of open-source code

Open-source software is free, flexible and adaptable, but lax oversight can obliterate the benefits. Here's how IT is keeping track. read more »

Misconceptions about Software Patents; A USA Viewpoint

Martin Goetz was awarded the first software patent in the US and argues against Glyn Moody's view of how patents should be awarded read more »

IT's new assignment: Generate revenue

Sure, all CIOs seek to add value, but some are taking their quest outside the walls of the enterprise by targeting customers directly. read more »

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Copyright Slideshows

Apple vs. the world - Apples definitive legal battles

Here you’ll find a list of some of the most important, influential, notable, and even downright silly legal battles that Apple has been involved in since first forming in 1976 read more »

14 of the most useful Linux websites

Looking to learn more about open source and free software? You can't go far wrong with our list of sites read more »

LibreOffice - 11 new and improved features

We look at the improvements which set LibreOffice apart from OpenOffice read more »

2011's notable tech industry deaths

Steve Jobs, Ken Olsen and Dennis Ritchie among giants the industry lost in 2011 read more »

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