In particular, posts including the following vanished:
Rea pushes "America Invents Act" 2 days ago
Something new to fear from bed bugs? 2 days ago
ITC ruling in Analog Devices/Knowles dispute over MEMS technology 2 days ago
Sen. Blumenthal invokes patent application against Google 2 days ago
Boston Scientific wins patent award from Cordis 2 days ago
Blogger had noted the following:
Friday, May 13, 2011
We’ve started restoring the posts that were temporarily removed and expect Blogger to be back to normal soon.
Posted by at 06:07 PDT
To get Blogger back to normal, all posts since 7:37am PDT on Weds, 5/11 have been temporarily removed. We expect everything to be back to normal soon. Sorry for the delay.
Posted by at 04:25 PDT
californiastemcellreport had noted:
Two recent items have vanished from this blog because of worldwide problems with the hosting service, Blogger, which is part of Google's operations. Blogger says it is attempting to restore the items, which have disappeared from all of its thousands of blogs. If not, we will restore them later. Thanks for your patience.
One of these missing items was from LBE on stem cell patents in Europe.
[Items missing as of 2:50pm on 14 May 2011.
Items missing as of 11:54am on 16 May 2011.]
***In passing, was at a UChicago get-together wherein someone was relating the Fourth Amendment to the Warren and Brandeis law review article on the right to privacy. IPBiz had previously noted the following text from within the article:
Recent inventions and business methods call attention to the next step which must be taken for the protection of the person, and for securing to the individual what Judge Cooley calls the right "to be let alone"