Archive for May, 2015

Universities Fight Term Paper Websites With Fire

May 28, 2015

A university lawsuit against Internet-based sellers of term papers once again raises a question that is cropping up across the net: Are World Wide Web-based businesses subject to the laws of every country, state and town where surfers connect? “The courts are wrestling with this jurisdictional issue,” said Stuart Smith, a partner at Gordon & […]

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IP Law And 1394 Cores

May 12, 2015

Intellectual property (IP) provider Sand Microelectronics will target a market which some are referring to as “the only sure thing,” when it introduces a pair of synthesizable IEEE-1394 soft cores here at the IP’98 conference, a move that also expands the company’s growing list of PC peripheral bus macros. Sand is unveiling two soft IEEE-1394 […]

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The Constitution: Reframers Not Allowed!

May 2, 2015

The men who wrote the U.S. Constitution dreaded an imperial President, and they feared an unrestrained Congress. Either could destroy the new democratic Republic. So they established an ingenious system of checks and balances to prevent either branch from encroaching too far on the prerogatives of the other. But the Founders considered the judiciary to […]

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