A photographer has settled a copyright infringement dispute with news outlet Time Inc. over a photo of National Football League star Tom Brady.
The City of London Police’s Intellectual Property Crime Unit has warned sports fans to use legitimate sources to watch the final of the UEFA Champions League, an annual football competition contested by European clubs.
Poland has submitted an official complaint to the Court of Justice of the European Union over the recently-approved European Copyright Directive.
Nearly a quarter of French internet users are illegally accessing live TV programmes, according to a report from anti-piracy agency Hadopi.
The estate of composer Harold Arlen, who penned songs such as ‘Over The Rainbow’ and ‘Get Happy’, is suing a number of technology companies including Apple, Google, Amazon, and Microsoft for copyright infringement.
The European Union Intellectual Property Office and EURid, the registry manager of the .eu and .ею country code top-level domains, has launched a new service designed to help European Union trade mark applicants tackle cybersquatting and bad faith domain name registrations.
A US district judge has cleared a lawsuit over cartoon character Pepe the Frog to proceed to trial after he dismissed motions for summary judgment from both the character’s creator and opinion website Infowars.
Musical instrument maker Gibson has accused Armadillo Distribution Enterprises, a musical instrument manufacturer in Florida, of infringing a number of trademarks relating to the design of its guitars.
New Zealand’s Supreme Court will not hear an appeal from Eminem’s music publisher in a copyright infringement case against the country’s New Zealand National Party.
The UK Digital, Culture, Media and Sport secretary of state has said the government is taking steps to stop TV service beoutQ from allegedly stealing content belonging to the UK’s media and entertainment companies.