The London Games Festival has events happening from the 22nd of October to the 2nd of November, with the bulk of events on the 22-26 of October. They have an IP event, the “Creating and Exploiting Games IP” seminar, is on 24th October, registration from 13.30, discussion from 14.00 until 16.00 at 10 Queen […]
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The International Herald Tribune has a great article on the dispute before the WTO on gambling between Antigua and Barbuda and the United States.
Online gambling case pits Antigua against U.S. and challenges WTO, By Gary Rivlin
It lays out the angles that you wouldn’t see in just reading the case documents. My favorite quote in […]
Been busy for the past few days working on materials for the Free Trade Project. Check out the latest posts at the blog. Here are some of the links and news that I’ve been reading for the week.
YouTube is talking to Japanese content owners over copyright licensing. Many Japanese publishers had complained this fall about […]
…in an attempt to get users to turn on their consoles more often. Basically it is a feed sent to the console via the internet –Nintendo is introducing a browser as well. Are we in for another round of that great tech buzz word ‘convergence’?