Tinder has sent a second notice of infringement to a competing dating app, Wild, alleging that its use of a flame icon infringes Tinder’s trademark.
Almost two thirds of consumers believe it is a brand owner’s responsibility to keep them safe from counterfeiters, a new report suggests.
Switzerland’s Parliament amended its copyright law earlier this week, in a bid to modernise the law for the digital age and crack down on piracy.
The City of London Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit has arrested a suspected hacker who allegedly stole unreleased songs from world-famous recording artists.
Nintendo has filed a copyright and trademark infringement suit against the operators of a website which allegedly offers pirate versions of its video games for download.
A third of Flipino consumers are using illicit streaming devices to stream pirated TV and video content, a 6% hike year-on-year, according to a survey commissioned by the Asia Video Industry Association’s Coalition Against Piracy.
Luxury fashion brand Tiffany has sued the operators of dozens of alleged cybersquatting websites that it says are selling counterfeit goods.
The English High Court has ordered five major UK internet service providers to block access to websites which enable users to illegally download games for Nintendo’s Switch console.
The Federal Court of Australia is to hear a trademark dispute between Italian coffee company Lavazza and its Australian competitor Vittoria over the Italian word for “gold”.
A group of US lawmakers has told Google, parent company of YouTube, that creators risk being left behind by YouTube’s copyright protection policies.