By Bonnie Eslinger (December 15, 2021, 7:25 PM GMT) -- A London court refused Wednesday to revisit a decision handing computer scientist Craig Wright intellectual property rights to the "bitcoin bible," saying the person claiming to represent the inventor of the cryptocurrency didn't have standing to object.
Judge Jonathan Klein, sitting on the bench for the High Court, also told Peter Benjamin of Benjamin Capital Management Group Inc. that the default judgment in the copyright case in favor of Wright did not affect Benjamin or his company.
In an oral ruling, Judge Klein backed an earlier order dismissing Benjamin's application to discharge the default judgment.
"It is clear in my view...
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