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Quiz of the week – January 23-27

How many questions on the week's IP news can you answer?

1. How many cars – one of them a pink Cadillac – did New Zealand police seize from Kim Dotcom, the founder of former file-sharing company Megaupload?

2. What colour sole is the centre of a trade mark dispute being heard in New York between two prominent fashion designers?

3. Domain delegator Icann filed its response to an anti-competition lawsuit from November. But which top-level domain does the lawsuit concern?

4. If extradited to the US, the seven men charged over Megaupload will enter a court that bears the slogan “justice delayed is justice denied”. Where is the court?

5. In which two countries – one European, one Asian – can IP owners apply to have their patent applications examined more quickly than before?

Answers to last week’s quiz:

1. Eight

2. Nike

3. China

4. Neil Brown

5. Portugal

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