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PAID Inc. Update on Intellectual Property and Proposed Spinoff

WESTBOROUGH, MA–(Marketwire – Jul 16, 2012) – PAID Inc. has been making progress expanding and monetizing its intellectual property relating to online shipping calculations systems and methods. PAID's strategic plan to monetize its IP includes the following phases:

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The latest IP battleground

Supporters of intellectual property protections are looking to the Trans-Pacific trade talks.

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IP&E expands rewards program

39;Lucky 7 Gold': IP&E announced their new rewards program at a press conference at the Pacific Islands Club expands.

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Loeb & Loeb Expands Ip And Entertainment Litigation Practice With Addition Of Partner Barry E. Mallen In Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES Loeb & Loeb LLP announced today that Barry E. Mallen has joined the firm’s Los Angeles office as a partner in the IP and Entertainment Litigation Practice.

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The Netherlands Looks to Take the Lead in Relaxed Copyright Legislation [Copyright]

Copyright US copyright laws are designed to protect the "fair use" of copyrighted content such as mash-ups and remixes’or they were, at least, until the advent of DMCA Takedown Notices. The Dutch government has taken notes on America's IP failures and is reportedly looking to explicitly protect such DMCA fodder, much to the chagrin of the European Union. More »

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Jess Coleman: Fixing Protect Ip

While Protect IP and SOPA are significantly flawed, Congress should shake off the misguided criticism and move forward to combat the only big issue that is experiencing bipartisan support.

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Google, Yahoo Join Opposition to Rogue Website Legislation

Google, Yahoo, Facebook and several other large Web companies today joined a growing chorus of strong opposition to proposed legislation that aims to curb online IP and copyright theft by foreign sites.

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