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- Study highlights prevalence of counterfeit and fraudulent goods onlineThe MarkMonitor study shows that significant percentages of ordinary Internet users are simply too trusting of what they find online.
- Who reads privacy policies?It’s not just consumers who aren’t reading the privacy policies. The companies who write and post them need to ensure that they read, understand, and comply with their own policies.
- News aggregators – Link, don’t replace, your sourcesAt first blush, aggregation may seem illegitimate or infringing, as the aggregator benefits from the sweat of others’ news gathering and writing. But there is a twist to aggregation on the web.
- A Review of the Communications Authority Guidelines for Dissemination of Political SMS Text Messages and Social Media ContentBy Francis Monyango** In the run-up to the 2013 elections, Safaricom announced that it would control political messaging distributed via …Continue reading →
- Recap: Day 2 of JKUAT Conference on Protection of Intellectual Property RightsEditor’s Note: For a recap of Day 1, please see here. The final day of the #JKUATLawIP conference was kicked …Continue reading →