Posted on May 15, 2017 Leave a Comment
The iPhone is such a dominant force that it is now affecting the trademarks of major corporations, including banks, credit card companies and mobile operators.
The major point of the tobacco plain packaging lawsuit brought against the Australian Government was of trademark. The tobacco companies argued their product wasn’t just encompassed by the thing they produced, but by its brand as well. If you took away the brand, the company would suffer. Thankfully, Australia prevailed. Read More
Posted on May 9, 2017
SWIFT, not the Talyor variety, stands for Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication, and if you have ever sent money to a foreign bank, you’d need a SWIFT code. Read More
Posted on Apr 24, 2017
The last few years have seen massive leaks of government electoral rolls and other sensitive citizen information. We are witnessing a government privacy apocalypse.
In 2016 alone more than half the citizens of Turkey had their personal details leaked on the internet, including “their names, addresses, parents’ first names, cities of birth, birth dates, and a national identifier number used by the Turkish government.” Read More
Posted on Apr 21, 2017
The Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull recently decided to make Australia great again by changing visa rules and talking about Australian values.
What is funny about this is Turnbull couldn’t muster up the backbone to embrace this change completely and make his government go full right wing like his predecessor did. Read More