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Selling copyrighted material legal
[February 19, 2013 – 12:29 am]
Selling copyrighted material legal

The Man is always trying to hold you back, and when it comes to the government, it can be this biggest swag blocker of all. As technology continues to advance, the U.S. government is struggling to pass laws and amendments that will keep up with the times. Remember the Stop Online Piracy Act, better known as SOPA? It was introduced as a bill that would curb illegal access to copyrighted material, but gave the government power to shut down an entire site if it was viewed to have unwarranted access to copyrighted material among many other things. The internet and many huge online…

Selling copyrighted material eBay
[April 11, 2012 – 06:12 pm]
Selling copyrighted material eBay

A man from Greece decided to sell his vote for the upcoming elections, using the Ebay! Ιn a symbolic movement, and based on the recent statements of the deputy PM Theodoros Pangalos (PASOK) who claimed that Greeks sell their votes during the elections, the man decided to place a sale ad for his vote at ebay. This is the comment that the seller posted in his eBay offer: A FEW DAYS AGO, THE VICE PRESIDENT OF THE GREEK GOVERNMENT, THEODOROS PAGKALOS, SAID IN AN INTERVIEW THAT GREEK ELECTIONS VOTES ARE SOLD. WELL, I DON’T WANT TO DISAPPOINT HIM. THE ELECTIONS IN GREECE ARE PROBABLY…

Selling branded items
[February 4, 2013 – 03:40 am]
Selling branded items

In today’s occasion, promotional products are to be discovered in plenty, obtained through a few distributors, sales distributors and retailers. However what are people finest selling promotional products for the best likely to gain your business? To begin with, let us recognize the implication of these kinds of products. Best selling products refer to these products that happen to be obtained the most for promotional functions over the long time, for its productivity, attractiveness, power and essentially for the potential to make a difference. These types of bestsellers have…

Selling Branded Goods Online
[February 18, 2013 – 04:18 pm]
Selling Branded Goods Online

MOSCOW, Russia  – KupiVIP, the Russian online fashion retailer, is seeking to raise $125 million in an initial public offering next year to fund warehouse construction and expand delivery network, its founder said. Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Jefferies & Co. are among advisers KupiVIP has held discussions with about the planned stock sale in New York, though no mandate has been offered, founder and Chief Executive Officer Oskar Hartmann said. KupiVIP started in 2008 helping fashion brands get rid of excess inventory with limited-time sales online, selling items such…

Selling branded cosmetics online
[January 28, 2013 – 08:15 am]
Selling branded cosmetics online

Cosmetics are something that is really close to women s heart cheap mac makeup they love shopping for their cosmetics. Flawless makeup can give a final magical touch to a great outfit cheap mac makeup fabulous hair style. However, good cosmetics products can dig a hole in your packet. And if you choose cheap brands, quality can be a big concern. But if you are a seasonal shopper, you can breathe easy. With little research cheap mac makeup patience, you can good-quality products at great prices. Buying right cosmetics can be a really difficult task if you are new to cosmetics…

Selling branded clothing
[January 12, 2012 – 07:51 am]
Selling branded clothing

Getting from distributors In comparison to wholesale supply business, distributorship is a bigger entity. Distributors deals in several lines of products and revel in vast business dealings. Distributors generally offer services like shipping, transportation and other value added services. In advance of contacting distributor, retailers should take into account that distributors take reasonably large orders and don t entertain small retail orders. Mainly high street retailers source products from vendors. The benefit of addressing distributors is that they offer products at…

Selling branded bags in Singapore
[February 9, 2013 – 04:15 pm]
Selling branded bags in Singapore

Just like Singapore, Malaysia is another great place to go if you are looking for pre-owned designer bags and products. There are no better shops in Malaysia that only sell authentic items than the ones indicated below. 1. Attic House If you are looking for a great place to shop for branded luxurious bags, shoes, and accessories then look no more, the Attic House is what you are looking for. The Attic House is another exciting retail store to buy pre-owned stuff some women have just lost interest in. The Attic House is located at L-1-12, Plaza Damas No.60, Jalan Sri Hartamas…

Reporting of Intellectual Capital Partners
[November 16, 2012 – 09:58 pm]
Reporting of Intellectual Capital Partners

The higher education “international exchange rate” is unfavorable and improving at an alarmingly slow rate, given our need for graduates prepared for success in our contemporary global economy.   There are basically two problems:  not enough U.S. students are studying abroad and the opportunity to study abroad is disproportionately available to traditional students enrolled at private institutions. According to the 2012 Open Doors Report recently released by the Institute of International Education, the number of international students studying in the US increased by 5.7% last…

Penalty for selling copyrighted material
[January 24, 2013 – 07:20 pm]
Penalty for selling copyrighted material

Antigua and Barbuda is a small country in the Caribbean that for years had a flourishing gambling industry. A few years ago 5% of all Antiguans worked at gambling related companies. However, when the U.S. prevented the island from accessing their market the industry collapsed. “What was once a multi-billion dollar industry in our country, employing almost 5% of our population has now shrunk to virtually nothing, ” Antigua’s High Commissioner to London, Carl Roberts, said previously. Hoping to rebuild the gambling business Antigua filed a dispute at the World Trade Organization…

PCT Patent explanation
[February 8, 2013 – 07:45 am]
PCT Patent explanation

What is it? A two stage procedure which allows an applicant to start the patent process in over 140 countries by filing a single application. Stage one – International Phase – the application is searched, published, and an opinion offered on patentability. Stage two – National Phase – you select the countries who want protection in and go through their national examination procedure to grant. Why do it? Three reasons – cost, cost & cost. Filing in multiple countries individually is expensive; filing a PCT delays the date you have to pay those fees by a minimum of 18…

Negative goodwill explanation
[January 24, 2013 – 11:37 am]
Negative goodwill explanation

Ok so my oldest brother paid me some time in a hotel. Cheap place but not outside. Just buying time till i get in shelter. Most may wonder why i dont live with family. 1. Some too negative id rather be in a shelter. 2. without insurance or medicade no resources in states where they live to get me into neurology withot insurance. 3. i came here (to cali) in 08 after my divorce to rebuild me and my life. Became my new home. 4. im already on the waiting list got to try and hang in over here. Well today i was walking and wanted to walk further feeling i have to make these legs work!…

Mybid Selling Brand
[January 20, 2013 – 10:54 am]
Mybid Selling Brand

I’ve been converting my plant sites (Heucheras.com and Spireas.com) to a new pinterest style theme that Tia Wood and I came up with. It’s a work in progress but it’s certainly drawing more pageviews and picture oriented. It also gives users a format they’re used to. We’ll see how the monetize. I certainly have enough photos and information to do lots of these types of sites. Let me know what you think and if you have any ideas. (other than I need to add more data, get my logos, and clean it up) Here are today’s names and the daily … FULL ARTICLE »

Life Sense Hose patent explanation
[January 21, 2013 – 04:32 pm]
Life Sense Hose patent explanation

Someone at the Sunday ACA Lecture series alerted me that my (brief) introductory topic on the last show I cohosted might have confused some people. They asked if I could provide some examples in order to clarify what I was trying to describe. I’m always appreciative when someone lets me know I’ve been unclear, as it provides me an opportunity to clarify. And so, with that, I offer my clarification. There are many examples to choose from. I have conversations in everyday life that could illustrate this, and there are also examples among famous figures that demonstrate it well…

Licensing VS selling intellectual property
[February 18, 2013 – 01:00 pm]
Licensing VS selling intellectual property

Bowman v. Monsanto, the patent exhaustion case involving saved seed, agricultural biotechnology, genetic engineering, and “self-replicating technologies, ” will be argued tomorrow (Feb. 19) at the Supreme Court.  Madisonian.net is delighted to host the following guest post on the case from Professor Mark Patterson of Fordham University School of Law: Bowman v. Monsanto: Making, Saving, and Using Genetically Modified Seeds Mark R. Patterson The Bowman v. Monsanto Co. case currently before the Supreme Court is a challenging one. The case poses difficult conceptual problems because…