Posts tagged IP
The rising IP dragon of China

Why to protect (or even invent) any kind of technology or solution if the Chinese will instantly copy them anyway – we can hear that quite often in the field of intellectual property. Is it really true, or is this just the complaint of those who do not put the slightest efforts into protecting their ideas and then are being outrageous that public knowledge is used? In today’s IPintz article we look into that matter.

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I knew IP was trouble when I walked in

By the age of seventeen she became the youngest person who single-handedly wrote and performed a number one country song. Three years later she was the youngest to receive Grammy for the Album of the Year. Her latest album sold more in one week than any other one in twelve years and made her the first and only one to have three albums sell more than a million copies in the week of release.

Yes she is Taylor Swift, who is remarkable in many ways.

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The Cold Turkey of IP

Turkey was in the news recently as a result of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan losing majority in general elections. Erdoğan and his party, the AKP (Justice and Development Party) – worshipped idol by Hungarian PM – is often accused of seeking to build a dictatorship drifting away from the path set forth by Kemal Atatürk, founder of modern Turkey. The voters had the chance to express their opinion whether to move forward on Erdogan’s way towards a presidential system, and they clearly stated no.

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