Dotcom’s mega battle returns to court
May21

Dotcom’s mega battle returns to court

Lawyers for Kim Dotcom’s associates say the judge who cleared their extradition to the US never gave them a fair hearing and the whole process was “off the rails”. The 42-year-old tech entrepreneur and his three co-accused – Mathias Ortmann, Finn Batato and Bram van der Kolk – on Monday began an appeal against a ruling last year that there was “overwhelming” evidence they had criminal charges...

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How Exactly is Instagram’s Snapchat-Like Stories Feature Legal?
May21

How Exactly is Instagram’s Snapchat-Like Stories Feature Legal?

Since the recent launch of Instagram “Stories” earlier this month, much of the discussion about the new feature has revolved around its nature of being a “blatant rip-off” of Snapchat’s own Stories capability. As you may know, Snapchat introduced its “Stories” in 2013, a feature that enables users to group snapshots into one cohesive narrative that disappears after 24 hours. On Tuesday, Instagram introduced its own Stories features,...

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AbbVie files patent suit against Amgen
May21

AbbVie files patent suit against Amgen

Drugmaker AbbVie Inc. has filed a patent-infringement lawsuit against rival Amgen Inc. seeking to halt looming sales of a lower-priced replica of AbbVie’s top-selling drug, Humira. The lawsuit, filed late Thursday in federal court in Delaware, alleges Amgen’s copy of Humira violates many of AbbVie’s patents on the anti-inflammatory treatment. The suit asks the court to block any sales. Humira accounts for about 60%...

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E-commerce helping easy availability of pharma drugs and abuse
May21

E-commerce helping easy availability of pharma drugs and abuse

Many of these pharmaceutical drugs are easily available over the counter and this has become the major factor that encourages their misuse. Growing e-commerce in India is facilitating significant increase in online pharmacies, leading to easy availability of pharmaceutical drugs and their abuse, the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) says. In its annual report for 2015, published on Friday, the NCB says abuse of pharmaceutical drugs in...

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3 held in corporate email spoofing case
May21

3 held in corporate email spoofing case

According to the police, the complainant in the case has been working as the director of finance with the Worli-based NGO since March 2013. Making a major breakthrough in the on-going corporate email spoofing frauds, the cyber crime police of the city crime branch has arrested three persons. The gang had sent a spoofed email of an NGO trustee, who is also a well-known Bollywood film producer, to the NGO’s director of finance and...

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‘SWEETIE PIE’S’ MISS ROBBIE SUES HER SON TIM FOR TRADEMARK INFRINGEMENT
May21

‘SWEETIE PIE’S’ MISS ROBBIE SUES HER SON TIM FOR TRADEMARK INFRINGEMENT

Uh oh! Here’s another messy family blow up that’s making news. And we thought everything was all love between mother and son. We’re referring to “Sweetie Pie’s” restaurateurs Miss Robbie and her son and business partner Tim. obviously looks can be deceiving and that’s the case here. The bottom line is that Robbie Montgomery, the owner of the St. Louis-based “Sweetie Pie’s” chain has filed a lawsuit against her son, Tim Norman, for...

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