India’s government has released a draft of a new set of rules for e-commerce platforms in a bid to stop the sale of counterfeits and fake reviews.
The number of counterfeit products available on online networks has increased by 40% over the past year, according to a new report.
The Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment has won $50 million in damages and a permanent injunction against Omniverse, a live TV streaming service.
Online marketplace Amazon has expanded its anti-counterfeiting programme Project Zero into India, three months after launching in Europe.
The owner of a US internet service provider has filed a motion of objection against a judge‘s recommendation that it could be held liable for copyright infringement by its subscribers.
Christian Dior has filed a trademark infringement suit against the operators of a number of online websites which allegedly sell counterfeit products.
The Recording Industry Association of America has subpoenaed a website hosting service to disclose the identities of one of its customers, who is allegedly infringing the copyright of some of its members.
Half of all citizens in the EU didn’t access any illegal digital content during the last year, while only a small minority intentionally purchased counterfeit goods online.
A Singapore-based electronics retailer has been jailed for three months and fines SGD $166,200 for selling illegal streaming devices.
Facebook has invoked trademark law to target the operators of alleged phishing sites which imitate the social media platform and its subsidiary Instagram.