Politics and trademarks – the continuing story
It seems like the worlds of politics and intellectual property have clashed on an almost weekly basis in 2012 and this week the trend continued – taking time out from his own trademark battle, President Obama signed into law an act that strengthens the penalties for trafficking in counterfeit drugs. Meanwhile, over the road from the White House, the House Foreign Affairs Committee launched an investigation into allegations that WIPO supplied computers and other sensitive technology to Iran and North Korea.
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