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Eminent Global Lawyers Reiterate Protection in international Law Against Foreign Electoral Interference Through Digital Operations

As per international law, states have a duty to stop and mitigate any harm which can be done by cyber means to the electoral process of another sovereign state if such harm emanates from within its own jurisdiction

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Chilean Citizens Take First Step to Rewrite Their Constitution

On October 25, the Chilean citizens voted in favour of a new constitution. The new constitution post approval will replace the four-decade old constitution adopted under the dictatorship rule of General Augusto Pinochet.

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Senate Inquiry Rejects Australian Government's Call to Take Over Copyright of Aboriginal Flag

A Senate inquiry found the compulsory acquisition of the copyright of the Aboriginal flag would be unfair to Aboriginal people who have already faced the dispossession and injustice.

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Google vs. Oracle: The Tech-Titans Battle in US Supreme Court

A decade-old legal battle between the two tech giants concerning 11,000 lines of code from Java SE was heard by the US Supreme Court. The case would have enormous implications for copyright in the digital era.

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French Publishers Set Sights on Apple After Winning a Copyright Suit Against Google

A conglomeration of French and European publishers' organisations, led by the Alliance de la Presse d’Information Générale (APIG) - has written to Apple's Tim Cook, highlighting their concerns over the company's terms of service in the App store. The organization has already been in negotiations with Google.

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Cisco Systems Ordered to Pay $1.9 Billion for Patent Infringement

The decision came as a result of a suit filed by Centripetal Networks for Copyright Infringement. District Judge Henry Coke Morgan in a non-jury trial passed judgment in favour of Centripetal Networks.

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Deal Closed | J P Morgan Securities and Vedanta Resources Limited | Offshore Bridge Facility |

Khaitan & Co acted as the lead advisor to the Lenders, Hedge Counterparties, Arrangers and Agent.

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Huawei in Fresh Legal Trouble: Brazos Files Patent Infringement Lawsuit Over Congestion Management Tech

WSOU Investments, LLC which does business as Brazos Licensing and Development (Brazos) sued Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. for infringing Network Congestion Management Patent.

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Yoko Ono Accuses John Lennon's Former Personal Assistant of Copyright Infringement

According to reports, Frederic Seaman was trying to gain profit by using Lennon's memorabilia.

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AutoStore Sues British Online Supermarket Store Ocado Over Tech Patents

AutoStore has sued the British online supermarket group, Ocado for allegedly infringing its tech patents. The robotics company said that it has filed patent infringement lawsuits in the United States and the United Kingdom.

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