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Rethinking Patent Prosecution: Solutions and Alternative Paths Season 5: Episode 15

This episode is audio of the Solutions and Alternative Paths panel from the Engelberg Center's Rethinking Patent Prosecution, Review, and Litigation event. It was recorded on March 28, 2024.

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What to Know About Net Neutrality as FCC Weighs Restoring It CBS News | April 04, 2024 | Chris Sprigman

The Federal Communications Commission announced it will vote in April on whether or not to reinstate net neutrality -- a set of rules to ensure equal treatment of internet data. The Trump administration overturned the policy in 2017.

Can You Patent a Pizza? Gastropod | March 05, 2024 | Chris Sprigman

Gastropod looks at food through the lens of science and history.

Shein Battles Counterfeiting Lawsuits as Online Retailer Pursues US IPO Financial Times | February 01, 2024 | Jeanne Fromer

Singapore-based fast-fashion company says it ‘takes all claims of infringement seriously’

Copyright Remains A Complete Mess: A Tale In Two Stories Techdirt | January 19, 2024 | Michael Weinberg

Both stories involve experts in copyright law finding that the system sucks, even when you know the system.

Neri Oxman and Claudine Gay Cases Show We Need New Rules on Plagiarism New York Magazine | January 07, 2024 | Chris Sprigman

Last week, Business Insider published two articles accusing celebrity academic Neri Oxman of multiple instances of plagiarism in her 2010 Ph.D. dissertation.

Artists Are Losing the War Against AI The Atlantic | October 02, 2023 | Jason Schultz

OpenAI has introduced a tool for artists to keep their images from training future AI programs. It may not make a difference.

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