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Weekly IP quiz April 9 to 13

This week's quiz questions cover gTLDs, UK IP policy, ACTA - and Jeremy Lin. How many can you answer?

1 Who was described by the Chinese press as the Jeremy Lin of law?

2 Icann has extended the time applicants have to apply for gTLDs. What is the new deadline?

3 Who said this week: "We don't think [UK IP policy] has been effectively managed at all. There doesn't seem to be a hands-on attitude to IP at all."

4 Hannes Swoboda this week urged his MEPs to vote against ACTA. Which political group does he lead?

5 Which desirable gTLDs is ICM Registry applying for?

Answers will be published next Friday.

Answers to last week's quiz:

1 Judge Colleen McMahon, SDNY

2 True Religion

3 Margot Frohlinger

4 New Zealand

5 Motorola

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