Poland: Key 5G Technology-Related Patents

Consumer demand shapes the development of broadband mobile services. The International Telecommunication Union estimates that mobile internet traffic will rise by 10 to 100 times between 2020 and 2030. The growing number of mobile devices and the increasing demand for network access will require innovative solutions. It is estimated that the number of devices connected to the internet will have reached 50 billion by 2020.

5G, or the fifth generation of mobile technology, will connect […]

By | Oct 18, 2019 ||

SCOTUS: Full Costs In Copyright Cases Limited By General Costs Statute

In Rimini Street v. Oracle USA, the U.S. Supreme Court held unanimously that the “full costs” the Copyright Act authorizes federal district courts to award a party in copyright litigation means the costs specified in the general federal statute authorizing district courts to award costs, 28 U.S.C. §§ 1821 and 1920. While the Court’s decision is only directed toward the Copyright Act, it may have greater ramifications for all “200 subject-specific federal statutes that explicitly authorize the award of […]

By | Oct 16, 2019 ||

A Looming AI War: Transparency v. IP Rights

As artificial intelligence systems become more prevalent in daily life, efforts to create a unifying set of AI principles have intensified. In the past few months, at least three major works have been published on the issue. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers authored the first edition of Ethically Aligned Design(EAD1e), a comprehensive three-year project that focuses largely on AI ethical issues. The International Technology Law Association released its in-depth review of ethical guideposts […]

By | Oct 14, 2019 ||