Court report: Privacy row as Ordnance Survey case kicks off
Managing IP reports from the England & Wales High Court as discussions on database rights and copyright, plus a debate over the inadvertent revealing of trade secrets, formed the opening of a dispute pitting mapping agency Ordnance Survey against an SME
A court case pitting Ordnance Survey (OS) against a geospatial data specialist may have to be heard largely in private after a disagreement between counsel and the judge over whether a public hearing could reveal trade secrets inadvertently.
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