Monday, 24 November 2008

A likelihood of confusion

Whenever journalists write about intellectual property, there is a strong likelihood of confusion. In fact, it's almost a certainty. Last weekend's FT contains a classic example: the headline tells us that companies are anxious to protect their copyright in these straitened times, while the article is mostly about patents and trademarks, though it quotes a trade mark practitioner talking about designs, too. A perfect example of the genre, and a reminder to me that nothing I read in the newspapers is ever right.

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