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This week’s IP news quiz – February 13-17

How closely have you been following this week’s IP news? Test your knowledge with five, quick questions

1. Which High Court judge in London said he drives an electric car to work every day?

2. As of February 14, how many gTLD applications has Icann received?

3. How does the ruling in Sabam v Netlog on content-filtering affect online social networks?

4. Chinese officials confiscated devices belonging to which electronics multinational as Proview Technology began asserting its trade mark rights?

5. A Kenyan IP lawyer was killed in her home by a gang of men. What was her name?

All the answers can be found by reading articles posted on this week.

Answers to last week’s quiz:

1. 65,000

2. It’s handed by a senior barrister to a junior barrister to recognise good performance.

3. BMW

4. Janet Gongola

5. 135

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More from across our site

Varuni Paranavitane, of counsel at Finnegan, examines recent decisions by US and UK courts to demonstrate the proof of infringement that was required
The Federal Circuit will also narrow its investigation into Judge Newman to focus on whether her failure to cooperate constitutes misconduct
The management board will send three names to the Council of the EU for a final decision
Sources say a decision by the IP High Court will make it easier for rights owners to fight infringement
Seán Kelly asked the European Commission how it intends to ensure the EUIPO executive director vote, due tomorrow, will be fair and transparent
Counsel from BMW and Finnegan explain how they got an NPE to sign a covenant agreeing not to sue the automaker ever again
The blue checkmark could be a good tool, but it’s unclear how widespread its adoption will be, say in-house sources
Sarah Harris, partner at Williams & Connolly, reveals how her team secured a copyright victory at SCOTUS and reflects on why the case matters
We provide a rundown of Managing IP’s news and analysis coverage from the week, and review what’s been happening elsewhere in IP
A Court of Appeal judge demanded respect for solicitor-judges after reprimanding a barrister for his 'unwise' words