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Bernstein Jul 31
sending plaintext password in the confirmation email! seriously?!
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Bernstein Jul 3
Thanks to for the nice event!
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Bernstein Jun 29
Are blockchain certificates accepted in court? A Chinese court just ruled on a copyright infringement case using evidence registered on the bitcoin blockchain.
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Bernstein Jun 29
A meetup in Tokyo all about Bernstein, intellectual property and blockchain. Thanks to and for hosting it!
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Bernstein Jun 20
Bernstein and jointly announced an exclusive partnership to bring blockchain-based solutions for securing IP to Swiss innovators.
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Bernstein Jun 5
On June 14th, join Bernstein and at the Swiss Day of in Zurich. We will talk about "Blockchain for IP: application and use cases"
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Bernstein May 25
Bernstein and Fraunhofer IRB join forces to bring a blockchain-based defensive publishing solution to innovators worldwide. Thanks !
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Bernstein May 16
Cool and forward looking: law firm will reward lawyers for the time they put into innovation projects. We at Bernstein have just the right solution for Reed Smith IP practice.
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Dan Elton May 14
explains how talents get a USB stick with voice recorder. Audio can then be stored on the immutable cryptographic ledger system.
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Bernstein May 11
RT : Join the conversation about blockchain certificates for securing and managing IP assets with founder of . Learn more about the event in the link below.
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Bernstein May 2
Bernstein is honored to partner with Studio Legale Improda and offer to innovative Italian companies a new way to secure and manage intellectual property assets.
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Bernstein Apr 29
Very happy to have attended the first major event on blockchain applications for the intellectual property industry. Thanks to the Russian Patent Office and Simonov & Partners for the kind invitation.
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Bernstein Apr 18
RT : Startup creates -based solutions for protection. CEO posted a project on Open Ecosystem Network, and this is what happened next:
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Bernstein Mar 16
Blockchain and Open Innovation approach to build the future of AI: Bernstein partners with the Mindfire Foundation to help decode the human mind
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Bernstein Mar 5
Bernstein will present at "Intellectual Property and Blockchain Technologies" conference, April 16-17, Moscow. Organized by WIPO and Russian patent office.
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Bernstein Mar 5
A notable statement from the WIPO: "the blockchain offers obvious possibilities for IP protection and registration".
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Bernstein Feb 9
The Amber Bulletin #9 - Found an ancient eight-legged arachnid with a tail similar to a scorpion’s. And it looks an awful lot like the xenomorph facehugger from Alien. Thankfully it's been sealed in amber for 100 million years.
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Bernstein Jan 24
Replying to @BirgitC @EU_IPO
Not sure I got your question. Isn't how things are managed today? Patent and TM offices running centralized database within specific geographies. It kind of works. Public blockchains may replace them with a global, decentralized public repository.
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Bernstein Jan 24
Replying to @BirgitC @EU_IPO
Private/closed blockchains for enhancing/replacing public registries? It defies logic. I'd rather prefer a centralized solution run by an accountable authority.
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Bernstein Jan 23
Replying to @l_a_w_4_2 @NKOR_io
Public blockchains are primarily decentralized, immutable, uncensorable and global registries. Therefore using them to replace centralized registries is actually one of the few cases where it makes sense to use them. Get in contact and I can share more via email. :)
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