Reading the Intellectual Property Tea Leaves

Does the fact that Pittsburgh ranks at #8 on a list of American cities Googling "copyright law" mean anything at all?

Pittsburgh isn't in the top 10 for "patent law" or "trademark law".

It's number 8, again, for "internet law."


1 Response to "Reading the Intellectual Property Tea Leaves"

Anonymous said... 5/24/2006 8:09 PM

Yes, it means something.
Like Penn State being ranked #3 in a survey awhile back.

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