Duncan Bucknell

Ben Lehman is joined by Bruce Tonkin to discuss revolutionary changes to the domain name system paving the way for dot anything domain names and the proposed processes for trademark holders...

Apparently not! According to a recent report from the International Intellectual Property Association US copyright industries are in fact booming compared to US GDP. Ars Technica picked up the issue and...

Patent searching can be an expensive undertaking, and there’s no doubt that a skilled searcher can add value to the results you receive. But sometimes a quick search to locate a...

A few months back Wired magazine reported that Twitter acquired its main graphic (the bird on the curly branch) from stock photography website istockphoto.com.  The licence to use the graphic was...

Who cares about intellectual property informatics?  You should.  Forensics are a critical element to any successful IP Strategy. With that in mind, intellogist.com is definitely a site to spend some time...

Jeremy Phillips and Duncan Bucknell discuss the rise and rise of the Pirate Party in Europe and future implications, the demise of Loi Hadopi, and seizure of generic drugs transitng through...

Here are my picks of the intellectual property news that broke in the blogosphere and internet over the past month and most captured my interest. I also give my pick of the...

Jeremy Phillips, Darren Olivier and Duncan Bucknell discuss the ongoing controversy in South Africa between content providers and the SABC, highlights from the 2009 annual INTA conference, the ongoing L'Oreal v...

Gene Quinn over at IP Watchdog is doing a survey to see what people say are the top patent blogs.  We’re delighted to be included in the list, but we’re not...

Random House’s decision to disable the text-to-speech feature on all their ebooks has been widely reported.  A visit to Random House’s FAQ page confirms the reports to be true.  This must...