IP Think Tank Global Week in Review – 7 March 2008

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Highlights this week included:


Global – General

  • IP valuation – a Pandora’s box?: (IPEG),
  • Property Rights Alliance releases ‘International property rights index 2008 report’ ranking countries on the level of protection they provide to IP: (IAM), (Spicy IP), (Afro-IP),
  • Analysis of Microsoft’s open arms: (Innovationpartners)
  • Intellectual Property Watch discussion forum: Should the International Standards Organisation approve the Microsoft OOXML document format as a global standard?: (Intellectual Property Watch), (Intellectual Property Watch),
  • Statement of the IGF Dynamic Coalition on an Internet Bill of Rights at the IGF consultations in Geneva: (IP Justice),
  • Flash! You’ve just lost some IP: (Securing Innovation),
  • Competition – Film your IP issue: (WIPO),
  • First WIPO Committee on Development and Intellectual Property (CDIP) meeting begins: (Intellectual Property Watch), (KEI Policy Blogs), (KEI Policy Blogs), (WIPO),
  • One internet, two modes of governance: (IP Justice),
  • Business, governments see momentum for global anti-counterfeiting treaty but EU snags: (Intellectual Property Watch),
  • Intergovernmental Committee on IP, Traditional Knowledge, Genetic Resources and Folklore –Meeting report: (WIPO), (Intellectual Property Watch),
  • If intellectual property is neither intellectual, nor property, what is it?: (Techdirt)
  • Global – Trade Marks / Domain Names / Brands
  • UNCITRAL guidelines on IP securitization: the INTA’s response: (IP finance),
  • Protection of geographical indications as part of WTO Doha Round negotiations?: (Class 46)

Global – Patents

  • Valuing patents: discussion on Malte Kollner’s Intellectual Asset Management Magazine article ‘The journey is the reward’: (IP finance),
  • Indigenous groups express concern on IP protection of their knowledge: (Intellectual Property Watch),
  • Eco-patent commons – what’s going on?: (IP ThinkTank)

Global – Copyright

  • Copyright ‘evergreening’: (IP ThinkTank),
  • The international copyright system: limitations, exceptions and public interest considerations for developing countries and the digital environment: (IP Justice),
  • When copyright forces copying against your will: (Against Monopoly), (Techdirt),
  • Encyclopedia of Life launches, publishes articles under CC licences: (creativecommons.org),
  • Nine Inch Nails adopt successful experimental business model and release latest album under Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share-Alike license: (IP Justice), (creativecommons.org), (Lessig), (Ars Technica)

Pharma & Biotech

Pharma & Biotech – General

  • Worldwide Business Research: 2008 PharmaBiotech IP Summit – Philadelphia, 28-30 May: (Patent Docs),
  • Canada: 2007 venture capital performance: (Pharmacapsules@Gowlings),
  • Colombia: Colombian submission to WHO IGWG negotiation regarding plan for implementation of the CIPIH Report: (Knowledge Ecology International),
  • India: India’s new patent regime – impact on global pharma: (IP Law360),
  • US: PTO upholds one of Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF’s) human stem cell patents (decisions are pending on two other patents): (IPKat), (Patent Prospector), (IPBiz), (IPBiz), (IPBiz), (Patent Baristas), (IPBiz),
  • US: (Finally) It may be time to stop the hypocrisy over stem cell patents – Part II: (Patent Docs),
  • US: District Court Judge accepts claim interpretation ‘proffer’ on motion for summary judgment in Unigen Pharmaceuticals Inc v Walgreen Company: (Washington State Patent Law Blog),
  • US: Stem cells: missing out on an economic boon?: (IPBiz),
  • US: Proposals for the approval of generic biologics under consideration: (Pharmacapsules@Gowlings),
  • US: A paradigm shift in obviousness for pharma, biotech: (IP Law360),
  • US: USPTO’s Bruce Kisliuk addresses ACI Pharma/biotech patent claim drafting and prosecution conference: (Patent Docs),
  • US: New bill to provide biotech companies Sarbanes-Oxley relief: (California Biotech Law Blog),
  • US: Biotech and pharma companies spent millions on lobbying in 2007: (Patent Docs),
  • US: The Federal Circuit considers equivalence of nucleic acids and peptide nucleic acids (PNAs): (Holman’s Biotech IP Blog)

Pharma & Biotech – Products

  • Actonel (Risedronate) – Procter & Gamble wins US patent lawsuit against Teva over Actonel – Teva announces appeal: (Generic Pharmaceuticals & IP), (IP Law360), (IP Factor), (GenericsWeb),
  • Altace (Ramipril) – Canadian court overturns decision of Prothonotary to strike application: Sanofi v Riva: (Pharmacapsules@Gowlings),
  • Cipro (Ciprofloxacin) – Canadian Court of Appeal upholds Federal Court decision to dismiss Bayer’s challenge of the Minister’s decision to issue a NOC to Sandoz in respect of vials of ciprofloxacin: Bayer Healthcare v Sandoz: (Pharmacapsules@Gowlings),
  • Coreg (Carvedilol) – Dr Reddy’s loses bid to invalidate Teva’s US patents relating to Coreg: (IP Law360),
  • Detrol (Tolterodine) – Impax says Pfizer’s US patent suit relating to Detrol is baseless: (IP Law360),
  • Endeavor drug-eluting stent – Wyeth and Cordis Inc. sue Medtronic for patent infringement over its Endeavor drug-eluting stent: (IP Law360),
  • Lipitor (Atorvastatin) – Netherlands Court of Appeal invalidates Pfizer’s patent on the enantiomer of atorvastatin: (Spicy IP),
  • Losec (Omeprazole) – Canadian Federal Court denies motion for reconsideration of final judgment in two patent infringement proceedings: Ab Hassle v Apotex: (Pharmacapsules@Gowlings),
  • Mircera (Methoxy polyethylene glycol-epoetin beta) – Roche Holdings preliminarily barred from selling anemia drug Mircera in the US while the court considers granting Amgen’s bid for a permanent injunction: (IP Law360), (Patent Docs),
  • Risperdal (Risperidone) – Sun Pharma decides to file post grant opposition against Indian patent extension granted to Johnson & Johnson for Risperdal: (Spicy IP),
  • Risperdal (Risperidone) – Teva files lawsuit against FDA seeking relisting of US Patent No. 5,158,952 and 180-day exclusivity for a generic version of Janssen Pharmaceutical’s Risperdal: (GenericsWeb), (IP Law360),
  • Seasonique (Levonorgestrel/Ethinyl estradiol) – Watson applies to market generic Seasonique, prior to the expiration of patents owned by Duramed, a subsidiary of Barr Pharmaceuticals – Barr sues Watson: (GenericsWeb), (IP Law360), (Philip Brooks),
  • Tarceva (Erlotinib) – Indian Patent Office begins hearing proceedings over Natco’s applications for compulsory license for anti-cancer drugs Tarceva and Sutent to be exported to Nepal: (Patent Circle), (Spicy IP), (Generic Pharmaceuticals & IP), (Patent Docs),
  • Tarceva (Erlotinib) – Patent dispute between Roche and Cipla over Tarceva before Delhi High Court: (Patent Docs),
  • TriCor (Fenofibrate) – Solvay Pharmaceuticals files patent infringement lawsuits in US to stop Teva from selling a generic version of TriCor: (IP Law360), (GenericsWeb),
  • Yasmin (Drospirenone) – US Federal Court declares Bayer Schering Pharma’s Yasmin patent invalid in its battle with Barr Laboratories: (IP Law360), (IPBiz), (GenericsWeb), (Patent Prospector),
  • Zyprexa (Olanzapine) – Canadian Court of Appeal dismisses Apote&xrsquo; appeal, upholding lower court decision that sufficiency of the disclosure is a stand alone ground that ought to have been raised in the notice of allegation: Apotex v Eli Lilly: (Pharmacapsules@Gowlings)


  • Members of the European Parliament call for African scientists to be more involved in international collaborative science and R&D projects in order to keep and develop knowledge in Africa: (Afro-IP),
  • Lessons from Uganda trade mark decision: Anglo Fabrics (Bolton) Ltd and Ahmed Zziwa v African Queen Ltd and Sophy Nantongo: (Afro-IP),
  • Madagascar to operate Madrid Protocol from April: (Afro-IP)



  • Non-use applications set to become more popular: (Australian Trade Marks Law Blog),
  • What is the key practical lesson from The Polo/Lauren Company L.P. v Ziliani Holdings Pty Ltd for those who want to profit from copyright?: (Dilanchian),
  • Review of National Innovation System: (IP Menu News)


  • Bahrain gives itself longer to refuse Madrid marks: (IPKat)


  • CreateChangeCanada, a site devoted to open access issues: (Michael Geist),
  • Library and Archives Canada digitization strategy respondents call for stronger copyright position: (Michael Geist),
  • Canadian media articles on copyright: (Michael Geist), (Michael Geist), (Michael Geist),
  • Canadian folk band wants Harry Potter DVDs, CDs, games destroyed due to similar name: (Techdirt),
  • Canadian leadership at WIPO Copyright Committee?: (Michael Geist),
  • Amendment to the Trade Marks Act: the Red Crystal comes to Canada: (Canadian Trademark Blog),
  • Infringement of rights in photograph: Don Hammond Photography Ltd v The Consignment Studio Inc: (ipblog.ca),
  • CIPO to make information on status of s 45 proceedings and opposition proceedings available online: (Canadian Trademark Blog), (IP Menu News),
  • CRIA announces shut down of Canadian counterfeiting operation: (Michael Geist)


  • Baidu search engine facing another copyright infringement lawsuit, this time from Music Copyright Society of China: (Ars Technica),
  • Motorola wins patent infringement suit against Guangzhou Weierwei Electronic Science and Technology Co relating to technology used in two-way radio: (China Hearsay), (IP Law360)



  • EU adopts proposal to establish European Institute of Innovation and Technology: (IPKat),
  • Calls for help on questions relating to: parallel IP proceedings before OHIM and national courts of member states; and meta-analysis of IP literature: (IPKat),
  • New EU proposal on EU Community Patent: ‘Translation of claims and distribution of revenue from fees’: (BLOG@IP::JUR),
  • Lobby groups oppose plans for EU copyright extension: (IP Justice), (Electronic Frontier Foundation),
  • Communication of the President of OHIM concerning protection of trade marks and designs on international exhibition: (IPR-Helpdesk),
  • Breaking news from EU deliberations on EU patent jurisdiction: (BLOG@IP::JUR),
  • Emerging pan-European patent system has a US accent, but hammers trolls hard: (IAM),
  • IP management in SME actions: (IPR-Helpdesk),
  • Europe’s top privacy watchdog condemns planned European border controls claiming they will put Europeans’ privacy at risk with no guarantee of increased security: (Out-Law),
  • Decision of Administrative Council of 6 March 2008 amending the Implementing Regulations to the European Patent Convention (CA/D 2/08): (EPO),
  • OHIM reports record filing figures for 2007: (Class 46),
  • Complaint lodged over EU Parliament’s exclusive use of Microsoft systems: (Intellectual Property Watch),
  • Freedom of expression at risk by Council of Europe: (IP Justice)


  • Mid sized companies will be required to evaluate IP development costs in their financial balances to a higher degree under proposed new Bilanzrichtlinienmodernisierungsgesetz (Accounting Directives Modernisation Law): (Class 46), (IP finance),
  • German patent database available: (Philip Brooks),
  • German High Court defines new ‘IT basic law’ curbing online searches: (Intellectual Property Watch),
  • Polar bear trade mark mania – 41 Flocke trade mark applications and counting…: (Class 46),
  • MPEG LA and other leading tech companies sue Alba Plc in German court for infringement of patents relating to MPEG-2 digital video compression format: (IP Law360)


  • YouTube and T-series heading for out of court settlement of copyright infringement dispute?: (Spicy IP),
  • Update 1: chapter 20 – infringement proceedings: (The Law of Patents),
  • Chinese pharma poses serious competition to Indian Pharma according to Pharmabiz: (Spicy IP),
  • 2nd Annual Global Forum on Innovation, Creativity and Intellectual Property organised by CII, Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion and US India Business Council (Mumbai).: (Spicy IP),
  • ‘Draft manual of patent practice and procedure, India’ now available: (IP Updates),
  • Kashmir Handmade Pashmina Promotion Trust files objection to Indian government’s application for GI protection for pashmina: (Spicy IP),
  • Anti-counterfeiting technologies: (Spicy IP)


  • New IP community website – Relatip.com: (BLOG@IP::JUR),
  • IFPI gets Israeli court to block (and advertise) file sharing site: (Techdirt)



  • How widespread should a non-registered trade name be in order to qualify as ‘well-known’ in Spain?: Grupalia Internet v Nevada Mobil Neptuna: (Class 46)



  • Syrian Arab Republic accedes to Hague Agreement Concerning International Registration of Industrial Designs (Geneva Act): (IPKat)


United Kingdom

  • IPO practice change follows Astron Clinica decision on computer programs: (Rouse & Co International),
  • New Scottish initiative to get PDO status for Scottish Kilt: (Class 46), (Counterfeit Chic),
  • Patents Court for England and Wales finds Visto’s patent invalid for lack of inventive step and because it claimed a computer program: Research in Motion UK Ltd v Visto Corporation: (IPKat), (Out-Law),
  • British High Court rules Qualcomm’s patents invalid in battle against Nokia: (Philip Brooks), (IPEG), (IP Law360), (IPKat), (Out-Law),
  • UK study finds warnings from ISPs could slash file-swapping by 70%: (Ars Technica),
  • Chancery Division finds in favour of defendants in parallel importation case Honda Motor Co Ltd & Anor v Neesam & Ors: (IPKat),
  • English High Court decision in Wilson v Yahoo! UK Ltd clarifies law on keywords and sponsored search results: (IPKat), (Class 46), (Out-Law),
  • Public consultation on the modernization and consolidation of Trade Marks Rules: (Class 46), (Out-Law), (IPKat),
  • Phorm’s surveillance of internet use to deliver online advertisements based on surfing history raises privacy concerns: (IMPACT),
  • Unfair commercial practices law won’t ban the term ‘free’ says Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform: (Out-Law),
  • Consumer Protection Regulations not directly enforceable by IP owners: (Rouse & Co International),
  • UDRP: The liabilities for corporations and/or their lawyers: (The Trademark Blog)

United States

US General

  • More on House subcommittee USPTO oversight hearing: (Patent Docs),
  • POPA President critical of USPTO during House Subcommittee oversight hearing: (Patent Docs),
  • Intellectual Property Owners Association: ‘Recent decisions: How they affect your corporate IP practice’ conference – Washington, 17 March: (Patent Docs),
  • Prospects of US politics on IP: (BLOG@IP::JUR),
  • IP as censorship: Scientology v freedom of information: (Against Monopoly),
  • Trade groups ask High Court to remove state IP immunity: (IP Law360),
  • International Anticounterfeiting Coalition sponsored course inducing students to create a blog by a fake student to explain why counterfeiting is bad: (Techdirt), (43(B)log),
  • Cost-cutting may boost smaller law firms according to study: (IP Law360),
  • The moment an idea is divulged, it forces itself into possession of everyone (a response to Techdirt’s earlier post on the Constitutional reasons behind copyright and patents): (IP ADR Blog)

US Patent Reform

  • Psst! Patent examiners do not scale: (Techdirt),
  • Daniel Leckrone launches attack on patent reform in San Jose Mercury News: (Patent Prospector),
  • Global reasons to oppose the current patent reform proposals: (IPBiz),
  • Patent Reform Bill won’t come to the floor before April, according to confidential source: (Patent Prospector),
  • Joshua Krumholz on patent reform: (IPBiz),
  • Universities: key opponent to s1145: (IPBiz),
  • Patent reform and damages: (IPBiz)

US Patents

  • Obviousness post-KSR: (Chicago IP Litigation Blog),
  • ABA Journal article by Steve Seidenberg reports that ‘the Supreme Court, Congress and the patent office are moving in a direction that is unfavorable toward patentees’: (Philip Brooks),
  • How much harm do bad patents do to the economy?: (Techdirt),
  • Patent Office Director: Patent allowance rates down, Hoorah!: (Patent Baristas),
  • Patent quality and the plummeting USPTO approval rate: (IAM),
  • John Osborne argues for reversal in his article ‘ Justice Breyer’s bicycle and ignored elephant of patent exhaustion: An avoidable collision in Quanta v LGE’: (Patent Prospector),
  • Claim construction reversal rates III – Additional measures of experience and some possible explanations: (Patently-O),
  • Northern District of California revises Patent Local Rules, effective 1 March: (Patent Prospector), (IP Law360),
  • Eastern District of Virginia might not be a ‘rocket docket’ on copyright matters: (IPBiz),
  • Discussion of Dave Schwartz’ essay ‘Practice makes perfect? An empirical study of claim construction in patent cases’: (Patent Prospector), (IPBiz),
  • Discussion of the End Software Patents initiative: (Peter Zura’s 271 Patent Blog), (IAM), (IAM), (Patent Prospector), (IAM), (Securing Innovation),
  • The individual inventor as parasite[?]: (IPBiz),
  • Business method patents coming under new scrutiny: (PLI),
  • Role of Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences (BPAI): (Patently-O),
  • BPAI affirmance rate and patent quality: (Patent Prospector), (IPBiz),
  • IP due diligence and willful patent infringement: Part 2: (IP Spotlight),
  • The butterfly effect of FDA Regulations: (Patent Baristas),
  • 11 key cases used in USPTO TC examiners obviousness training: (IPBiz),
  • Northern District of Illinois – New patent pattern jury instructions: (Chicago IP Litigation Blog),
  • Patent case filings in Seattle and Tacoma remained strong through February following a red-hot January: (Washington State Patent Law Blog),
  • Arguing well – tips from a Patent Examiner: (Just a Patent Examiner),
  • Calculating patent damages in the US: (IP finance),
  • Patent Office will now require biological deposits before publication: (Patent Baristas),
  • You succeed by executing well, not by gathering patents: (Techdirt),
  • USPTO: The toughest place to get a patent?: (Peter Zura’s 271 Patent Blog),
  • Patent Troll Tracker appears to have taken down his site: (Against Monopoly),
  • Attacks on patent trolls draw concerns: (IP Law360)

US Copyright

  • Circumventing competition: The perverse consequences of the Digital Millenium Copyright Act, 2006: (IP Justice),
  • Do academics deal with plagiarism? The ‘White House plagiarism’ story: (IPBiz),
  • A lawyer who plagiarises violates disciplinary rules [?]: (IPBiz),
  • History suggests copyright crusade is a lost cause: (Ars Technica),
  • DRM-free doesn’t mean copyright-free: (Techdirt),
  • Publishers dropping DRM for audiobooks: (Michael Geist), (Against Monopoly),
  • What piracy crisis? MPAA touts record box office for 2007: (Ars Technica),
  • The requirement of irreparable harm for preliminary relief: (Patry Copyright Blog),
  • Does the DMCA still matter, now that so many content providers are dumping DRM?: (Techdirt),
  • House of Representatives’ IP subcommittee changes to PRO IP Bill: (Techdirt), (Ars Technica), (Patry Copyright Blog),
  • Public Knowledge comments on Intellectual Property Bill action by House Subcommittee: (Public Knowledge),
  • Orphan works hearing, 13 March: (Public Knowledge),
  • Pulling the plug on P2P (or the internet): a poor solution for infringement or ID theft: (Public Knowledge),
  • Loyola University Professor Frischmann on Commons: (Chicago IP Litigation Blog)

US Trademarks

  • USPTO announces proposed trade mark filing rule changes: (Daily Dose of IP),
  • Rule 408 no bar to proving settlement in trade mark case: (IP ADR Blog)

US – Companies / Entities

  • Acacia –settles lawsuit filed against Trend Micro for alleged infringement of intellectual property covering CDs or DVDs that include internet hyperlinks: (IP Law360),
  • Akamai – Jury awards Akamai Technologies more than $45 million after finding Limelight Networks had infringed its internet content delivery patent: (IP Law360), (Ars Technica),
  • Bilski – In re Bilski: Much ado about (almost) nothing: (Patent Baristas),
  • Buc Int’l Corp – Amounts paid by settling copyright defendants reduces judgment against non-settling defendants under one-satisfaction rule: Buc Int’l Corp v Int’l Yacht Council Ltd: (IP Law Observer),
  • Dako – CAFC panel issues mixed ruling in patent infringement suit filed by University of California and Abbott against Dako A/S, finding that lower court correctly construed some, but not all, claims: (IP Law360), (Patently-O),
  • Fluke – ITC finds Fluke’s domestic industry injured due to importation of products having infringing trade dress: (IP Updates),
  • Ford Motor Company – Taurus fails to satisfy notice provisions by offering ‘a few examples’ of allegedly infringing products in its patent infringement action against Ford and other car manufacturers: (Peter Zura’s 271 Patent Blog),
  • General Electric – files complaint with ITC alleging that Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and two of its subsidiaries have infringed GE’s patents for wind turbine technology: (IP Law360),
  • General Motors – Federal Judge rejects Vehicle IP’s patent case alleging General Motors’ OnStar vehicle navigation system infringed one of its patents: (IP Law360),
  • Ghoulish Gallery – Court awards fees to Ghoulish Gallery due to Allen’s frivolous copyright claims: (43(B)log),
  • Jeremy Jaynes – Virginia Supreme Court upholds felony conviction for spamming ruling Anti-Spamming Law is not a free speech violation: (Techdirt), (Ars Technica),
  • Mattel – is against settling with creators of Scrabulous (online version of Scrabble) fearing that it would set a ‘bad precedent’: (Techdirt)
  • Micron Technology – CAFC reverses dismissal of DRAM patent suit brought by Micron against MOSAID: (IP Law360), (Patent Prospector), (Patently-O), (IP Updates),
  • Microsoft – A week before trial, Microsoft settles with Visto over three of Visto’s data sync patents: (Patent Prospector), (IP Law360)
  • Microsoft – reduces provision for damages in Alcatel-Lucent patent suit over audio file compression technology: (IP finance),
  • Nokia – In its investigation of mobile handsets, ITC denies Nokia’s request for interlocutory review and stay pending review of an earlier order on waiver of its right to arbitration: (IP Updates),
  • O2 Micro – O2 Micro and Rohm Co. settle lawsuit in which O2 Micro accused Rohm of infringing three patents related to liquid crystal display backlighting technology, and Rohm counterclaimed that O2 Micro violated antitrust laws by bringing sham litigation: (IP Law360),
  • Ralph Lauren – Appeal Court of the 2nd Circuit upholds jury verdict of non-infringement in Ralph Lauren’s lawsuit against the US Polo Association over garment logos featuring polo players and horses: (IP Law360), (The Trademark Blog),
  • RIAA – RIAA and its spinoff SoundExchange pushed through an unpopular flat fee on webcasters last year. Now, the RIAA is lobbying the government to let it pay a percentage rate instead of a flat fee: (Ars Technica),
  • Sharp Corp – ITC agrees to begin investigation into patent infringement allegations filed by Sharp against Samsung, a month after agreeing to consider similar claims by Samsung against Sharp: (IP Law360),
  • Storus Corp – Use of trade mark in keyword search caused initial interest confusion: Storus Corp v Aroa Mktg Inc: (IP Law Observer),
  • Super Duper – Court grants summary judgment to Super Duper in copyright infringement case launched by Ristuccia in relation to playing cards to help children overcome speech impediments: (Patry Copyright Blog)
  • Sybersound – Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit dismisses unfair competition and copyright claims against karaoke competitor: Sybersound v UAV Corp: (IP Law Observer), (Patry Copyright Blog),
  • Syngenta – ITC to investigate Syngenta’s alleged infringement of Sumimoto’s patent on chemical used in pesticides: (IP Law360),
  • Tessera – USPTO rejects claims for fourth of five chip-packaging patents asserted by Tessera an array of microchip firms: (IP Law360),
  • Tessera – Tessera share price fluctuation on adverse patent reexamination result: (IPBiz), (Patent Prospector), (Patent Prospector),
  • Times of Money – US National Arbitration Forum orders Indian conglomerate Time Group’s subsidiary, Times of Money, to transfer domain names, remit2home.com and remit2home1.com, to remithome Corporation: (Spicy IP), (contentSutra.com),
  • Verigy – Preliminary injunction issued against Silicon Test Systems whose founder allegedly used Verigy trade secrets to create a flash enhancer memory card: (IP Law360),
  • WebXchange – launches patent suits against Allstate Corp, Dell and FedEx Corp claiming the companies’ websites and software systems infringe three patents: (IP Law360)


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