Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 11th Aug 2011 09:22 UTC
Legal Earlier this week, we were introduced to a new concept in intellectual property law: the European 'Community Design'. The Community Design is a sort of trademark on design, and sits halfway between a trademark and a patent. I decided to investigate what, exactly, the laws and regulations around Community Designs are, and what I found was shocking. Think the USPTO is bad? Wait until you learn about the Community Design.
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RE[4]: Well that's it.
by steogede2 on Tue 16th Aug 2011 23:56 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Well that's it."
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"I find that both sad and alarming. I thought the EU was supposed to be "better" than the US? If the people don't control the government (not saying we truly do here, but it's the principle) then throw out the government and start again!

Well, this issue doesn't concern terrorism, Islam, celebrities, or violent crime. You can hardly blame the people for not being interested if it's not about those things.


Even if the people were interested, if the popular press isn't, they aren't going to even be aware of it. If it isn't about one of the topics you mentioned, the popular press aren't going to be interested. It's a vicious circle.

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