Patents and Google

Google Patent Chief: Patent reform needed more than ever
Posted: 03 Mar 2009 11:29 AM PST

Editorial by Michelle Lee, Head of Patents and Patent Strategy at Google, See


Sandy Lau said…
I found this article about "" that may be of interest:

"Appeal says juror sent 'tweets' during $12.6M case"

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – A building materials company and its owner have appealed a $12.6 million verdict against them, alleging that a juror posted messages on during the trial that show he's biased against them.
Kylie said…
I came across a similar article last week: "A man on trial in New York for possession of a weapon has been acquitted after subpoenaing his arresting officer's Facebook and MySpace accounts. His defense: Officer Vaughan Ettienne's MySpace "mood" was set to "devious" on the day of the arrest..."

On another note, 13th March (Friday) was apparently the 20th birthday of the world wide web:
Kylie said…
And another:

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