Hong Kong customs officials have arrested two men and seized more than 8,000 counterfeit tablets worth $840,000.
The National Arbitration Forum is planning to cap Uniform Rapid Suspension System fees at $500, according to a draft document.
A US judge has dismissed Viacom’s $1 billion copyright infringement lawsuit against Google and YouTube for the second time in three years, after the case was remanded by the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers is not obliged to implement government wishes about Internet domain names, according to board chair Steve Crocker.
Government representatives warned Amazon on Thursday that four of its generic top-level domain bids – including .amazon – may be rejected for being problematic.
Etienne Sanz de Acedo has swapped Europe for the US to become chief executive of the International Trademark Association.
A US appeals court has rejected copyright owners’ attempts to ban Internet TV streaming site Aereo – but one judge said the service clearly breached US copyright law.
Internet company AOL has failed to recover a domain name in a cybersquatting row, after submitting unsatisfactory evidence to the panellist.
The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry has received a trademark covering a range of goods and services including intellectual property licensing.
The Trademark Clearinghouse has opened today and is running smoothly, according to financial services provider Deloitte, which is validating marks sent to the online repository.