Brand protection firm Corporation Services Company has acquired the digital branding arm of domain registrar Melbourne IT for AU$ 152.5 million.
Internet streaming companies must obtain broadcasters’ permission to re-transmit their copyrighted works to the public, the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) ruled on Thursday.
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Japanese police have arrested 27 people in a coordinated crackdown on illegal downloading.
Public comments have opened on a revised bid by an Arabic dispute-resolution provider to act as the fifth Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy operator.
Canada’s government has introduced a bill that will bring Canadian trademark and copyright law in line with aspects of the controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement.
Germany’s parliament backed legislation on Friday that allows Google to continue showing snippets of news stories without paying publishers royalties.
China’s largest web company Tencent Holdings won a trademark cancellation case relating to its ‘QQ’ trademark in Indonesia on Thursday.
A judge at the England and Wales High Court on Thursday ordered six British Internet Service Providers to block access to three popular file-sharing websites.
Deloitte has published guidelines for submitting trademarks into the Trademark Clearinghouse, which will help to protect rights under the generic top-level domain programme.