Lack of Trade Secrets Protection Remedied by EU Directive

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When it comes to information protection, the use of property rights – including patents, trademarks, and copyrights – is not necessarily the best choice. To some extent, it is even not permitted by law. Protecting the access to know-how and commercial business information is therefore sometimes preferable to businesses, particularly for small and medium-sized enterprises that tend to rely on trade secrets in order to reduce the costs of property rights protection. 

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Lack of Trade Secrets Protection Remedied by EU Directive

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When it comes to information protection, the use of property rights – including patents, trademarks, and copyrights – is not necessarily the best choice. To some extent, it is even not permitted by law. Protecting the access to know-how and commercial business information is therefore sometimes preferable to businesses, particularly for small and medium-sized enterprises that tend to rely on trade secrets in order to reduce the costs of property rights protection. 

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Attacks on Domains – A Recurring Trend?

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After the first wave of domain registrations that accompanied the technology boom in the Czech Republic at the beginning of the millennium, the number of speculative domain registrations have recently increased again. According to statistical data, these speculative activities – which take the form of both cyber-squatting and typo-squatting – have increased by dozens of percent in the past years. 

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Attacks on Domains – A Recurring Trend?

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After the first wave of domain registrations that accompanied the technology boom in the Czech Republic at the beginning of the millennium, the number of speculative domain registrations have recently increased again. According to statistical data, these speculative activities – which take the form of both cyber-squatting and typo-squatting – have increased by dozens of percent in the past years. 

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