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Friday, August 24, 2012
by Anandashankar Mazumdar
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In this week's podcast, Tony expresses significant frustration regarding the Federal Circuit's failure to apply the Supreme Court's Mayo decision in any meaningful way when considering Myriad on remand. He blogged about it earlier this week and his full analysis of the Federal Circuit's three opinions in the case is also available here. But before getting to that topic, Ananda and Tony disagree regarding the implications of a federal district court judge's insistence that Oracle and Google reveal which bloggers might be receiving payola from them. Ananda also tells Tony the story of a local TV news reporter who uses copyright law to get back at Hustler magazine for publishing a nude photograph of her.
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