Several factors should be addressed when companies are considering whether to change the way they manage their domain name portfolios, says Matt Serlin of corporate domain name registrar Brandsight.
The recorded music licensing landscape has changed considerably since 1934 when the performers’ rights organisation PPL was founded, and copyright law is constantly evolving, as Peter Leathem reports.
Licensing football on television was once a simple task. However, as competition between channels grows, so does the battle for obtaining rights. TB&I looks at the rights industry in Europe.
In the rapidly expanding app marketplace, entertainment rights owners are feeling the heat more than ever as they try to control the mobile channel. TB&I investigates some novel ways of combating the bad actors.
Courts across the world have been busy dealing with some high-profile intellectual property disputes this year. WIPR picks 13 of the most interesting and examines their implications.
With the line between reality and online games becoming ever more fluid, new intellectual property challenges present themselves, as TB&I discovers.
As the way we watch television changes, legislation that was designed for a pre-Internet world can struggle to keep up. TB&I investigates.
The Copyright Hub, a UK government scheme that seeks to simplify the licensing of copyright online, kicked off in July 2013. TB&I spoke to the launch group’s chair, Richard Hooper, to find out how the project will help the creative industry.
A number of important alterations to UK copyright law are set come into effect later this year. TB&I investigates what they mean for rights owners.