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Nexicon Partners With IntentionQuest to Protect Intellectual Property Rights of Self Help Industry

...se who illegally facilitate, promote, and profit from hosting or distributing copyrighted content; GetAmnesty that allows copyright holders to fight piracy and collect revenue lost from illegal downloads; YouScout that helps content owners store, distribute and manage their content on the most popular...

Nexicon Technology to Protect Healthcare Industry

...se who illegally facilitate, promote, and profit from hosting or distributing copyrighted content; GetAmnesty that allows copyright holders to fight piracy and collect revenue lost from illegal downloads; YouScout that helps content owners store, distribute and manage their content on the most popular...

MEDEX Announces New, Enhanced and Customizable Member Center

...nagement Tools Now All in One Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) April 29, 2009 -- With swine flu, political instability, kidnapping and piracy dominating global headlines, MEDEX brings together the power of one online resource for worldwide intelligence across medical, security, travel and ...

Story tips from the DOE's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Dec. 2008

...tudies. SENSORS -- On the prowl . . . Mathematics and sensors come together in some new ways to form a powerful tool for combating terrorism, piracy and the transport of drugs. In a project that combines resources at ORNL and Clemson University, researchers and students are using something called L...

US Chamber of Commerce Joins 'Protect Your Pharmacy Now!' Initiative

...nterfeit drugs and ways to protect themselves from piracy via authorized dealers, quality assurance programs...also join the Coalition Against Counterfeiting and piracy (CACP), a group of nearly 500 associations and bus...nding of the negative impact of counterfeiting and piracy by working with Congress and the administration to...

Written Statement of Kevin J. O'Connor, Chairman of the Department of Justice Task Force on Intellectual Property, at the Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing on Intellectual Property Enforcement

...with the growing number and complexity of criminal piracy and counterfeiting operations. The Department sati...n counterfeit goods and labels. The defendants led piracy and counterfeiting schemes by using sophisticated ...y. -- 50th Conviction in Largest Online Software piracy Enforcement Action On May 14, 2007, in the Eastern...

Yoga Enthusiasts Oppose Patenting Yoga Overseas

...oes one step ahead saying that if the copying of western drugs is illegal so should be the patenting of yoga. "After all, this is also an intellectual piracy stood on its head," he said. Kiran Sawhney of Fitnesolution, a fitness and yoga centre in the capital, said yoga as such can't be patented but...

Fake medicines from India seized in Europe

... wave of dangerous fakes is threatening the people in Europe," said Laszlo Kovacs, the EU Taxation Commissioner. He said that counterfeiting and piracy remained a major concern for the public and legitimate manufacturers. The latest European customs statistics released Saturday said that in 148 ...

Japanese And Chinese Pharmaceutical Companies Join Together In Drug Testing

... Ames Gross, President Pacific Bridge Medical is not happy with the mergers and is very much afraid of the potential problems such as copycats and piracy of the drugs. “Small companies that lack the resource to protect their IP in court need to be especially careful when thinking about sharing their inv...
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Admiral to discuss piracy on high seas at IEEE Homeland Security Conference

WASHINGTON (6 May 2009) -- The Maersk Alabama incident and the latest threats to shipping on the high seas will be featured during the opening session of the 2009 IEEE International Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security (HST 09) at the Westin Waltham Boston Hotel, 11-12 May. Rear Ad...

RAND study finds increase in piracy and terrorism at sea

Acts of piracy and terrorism at sea are on the rise, but there is little evidence to support concerns from some governments and international organizations that pirates and terrorists are beginning to collude with one another, according to a RAND Corporation study issued today. The objectives o...

Researchers use high tech in mold watermark to protect plastic products from piracy

Researchers at WMG at the University of Warwick have devised a high tech way to add Anti-counterfeiting to plastic products as they are created in the moulding process. The process could cost less than one per cent of the total cost of manaufacturing the product. Lead researcher Professor Gordo...
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RAND study finds increase in piracy and terrorism at sea

Acts of piracy and terrorism at sea are on the rise, but there is little evidence to support concerns from some governments and international organizations that pirates and terrorists are beginning to collude with one another, according to a RAND Corporation study issued today. The objectives o...

RAND study finds increase in piracy and terrorism at sea

Acts of piracy and terrorism at sea are on the rise, but there is little evidence to support concerns from some governments and international organizations that pirates and terrorists are beginning to collude with one another, according to a RAND Corporation study issued today. The objectives o...

Software piracy declines in emerging markets

Washington, D.C. - Reductions in software piracy were reported in several emerging markets, but 35 percent of the packaged software installed on personal computers worldwide in 2005 was illegal, amounting to $34 billion in global losses, according to an annual study released by the Business Soft...

Companies are still taking software license

... Madison , Wis. - Software piracy remains pervasive in American and foreign businesses, but those who track i...in 2004, a slight reduction from 36 percent in 2003. However, losses due to piracy increased from $29 billion to $33 billion, according to the study, which wa...

Rockwell software thieves plead guilty

... 500 companies. According to the Business Software Alliance , software piracy accounted for $34 billion in business losses worldwide in 2005. With a 21 percent piracy rate, the United States had the lowest software theft rate of all the natio...
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