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epa05421251 A person (partially obscured) plays with the new game 'Pokemon Go' on a smartphone on Flinders Street in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 12 July 2016. Pokemon Go, a Global Positioning System (GPS) based augmented reality mobile game, is proving to be 'enormously' popular since software development company Niantic opened access to it on 06 July in the US.  EPA/JULIAN SMITH AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT

Protecting Yourself and Your Legal Rights When Playing Pokémon GO

Most mobile games are harmless. When Candy Crush took the world by storm, it was definitely addictive and may have resulted in the occasional sore thumb, but it wasn’t really dangerous. Now, the latest game craze, Pokémon GO, has… Read More

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Startups Must Protect Their Intellectual Property When Sharing Work Space – Here’s How

Garages are so 1990s. Today’s startup is much more likely to get its start in an incubator, accelerator, or co-working space (such as WeWork). Getting cozy with other innovators may mean increased business opportunities, collaboration, and a whole… Read More

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Will an NDA Really Protect Your Business Ideas…?

…and what if the other person won’t sign one? Many people make others sign non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) before they reveal their business ideas to them. They assume that an NDA will prevent the other party from using or… Read More