The internet overseer says the court was wrong to rule that it did not “sufficiently explain” or provide a “credible reason” why it wanted to force one of its registrars to collect data on new registrants
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Patrick assists with editorial agenda management, and regularly reports on patent-related issues, including FRAND, supplementary protection certificates and patent eligibility, as well as trade secrets. He also chairs industry events and produces conference newspapers.