Most online speech platforms could not exist without the Digital Millennium Copyright Act’s section 512 safe harbour, according to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF).
Skechers has recovered a domain name from a cybersquatter who used the website as a parking page.
ABS-CBN Corporation, a broadcast television network in The Philippines, has sued a streaming website also based in the country for wilful trademark and copyright infringement.
The English High Court has ordered three suppliers of illegal internet protocol TV devices to pay £267,000 for infringing copyright and to cease selling the devices.
Luxury brand Jimmy Choo has stamped out a domain name that allegedly sold counterfeit products.
The International Intellectual Property Alliance has recommended Canada be placed on the US Trade Representative’s watch list in its “2017 Special 301 Report”.
Nestlé has recovered a domain name which infringed its trademarks and was used to carry out fraudulent activities.
The Domain Name Association’s proposals surrounding copyright infringement would be “terrible” for the internet, according to the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
The Domain Name Association (DNA) has voiced support for the creation of a voluntary copyright infringement system.
Arctic luxury apparel company Canada Goose has taken aim at online counterfeiters with the filing of a trademark infringement lawsuit.