Prof Susi Frankel to talk on intellectual property aspects of Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP)
22 February 2011 | By  Rick Shera
As a member of IPSANZ, I've just been sent a flyer for a series of talks being given by Professor Susi Frankel of Victoria University, in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington and Christchurch, entitled: A US Free Trade Agreement: Important Implications for IP Laws in New Zealand ... Read More →
Prof Susi Frankel to talk on intellectual property aspects of Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP)
22 February 2011 | By  Rick Shera
As a member of IPSANZ, I've just been sent a flyer for a series of talks being given by Professor Susi Frankel of Victoria University, in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington and Christchurch, entitled: A US Free Trade Agreement: Important Implications for IP Laws in New Zealand ...
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ISP name suppression proposal needs fixing
ISP name suppression proposal needs fixing
04 February 2011 | By  Rick Shera
Yesterday, I spoke at InternetNZ's very useful workshop on New Zealand's proposed re-write of our name suppression law, along with District Court Judge Harvey, Dr Warren Young of the Law Commission, Tim Pankhurst of the Newspaper Publishers' Association (representing all major daily and weekly newspaper publishers) and David Farrar of kiwiblog. My interest, as I've noted before, is with section 216, which takes the tradtional DMCA ISP notice and take down ...
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