A video game publisher has reacted angrily after pirated copies of its forthcoming ‘shoot-em-up’ appeared online following a social media competition.
Scores of brands have taken to social media to use Brazil’s humiliating World Cup thrashing at the hands of Germany to promote their products.
Social media site Twitter has agreed to FIFA’s request to remove trademark infringing images.
Brands have taken to social media to feast on footballer Luis Suarez’s apparent bite on an opposition footballer at the World Cup.
A British IP crime unit is investigating around £28.9 million worth of IP crime, according to an interim report by a public-private partnership.
US brewer Anheuser-Busch has agreed to publish the ingredients of all its beers following an online campaign by a food blogger.
An Australian start-up has complained that Apple has “used” its name to launch a new health-related app.
An independent designer has taken to micro-blogging site Tumblr to accuse fashion retailer Urban Outfitters of “ripping me off”.
Nike’s football-themed adverts have attracted more shares online than any other brand owner’s this year, according to marketing technology platform Unruly.
The director of a UK business embroiled in an IP dispute with Turtle Wax, the US car care company, has said it has “gone too far” by trying to trademark a hashtag.