An East-Texas court has ruled that Microsoft Word infringes patents belonging to i4i, and ordered Microsoft to stop selling the software.
Posts Tagged: law
Scott Nurberg was killed by jailers in Madison Street Jail in cold blood. I don’t know what else to say.
A school in Sweden is claiming a student violated other children’s rights by not inviting them to his birthday party. This is not only plainly stupid, it’s a symptom of a much wider problem; the idea that we have the right not to be offended.
The House of Commons has voted to extend the time prisoners can be held without charge to 42 days.
The Commons has voted in favour of research on hybrid embryos. This is the right outcome.
Opponents of hybrid embryo research base their opinion on nothing more than their personal sense of unease, whereas scientists supporting it do so because of tangible medical benefits to thousands. It’s easy to see which is the ethical position.
The Catholic Church objects to the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill. I argue that it’s for no better reason than it makes them feel uncomfortable.
President Bush has used his presidential veto to prevent a bill passing into law that would have outlawed the CIA’s use of torture.
The law against blasphemy in the UK is to be repealed. This is great news. But how come this is the first I’ve heard of it?
The Saudi authorities have arrested 57 young men for flirting with young women.