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.
Legal downloads and subscriptions are fuelling a financial recovery in the music industry, which on Tuesday reported its first year of growth since 1999.
File-sharing site The Pirate Bay moved its operation on Tuesday from Sweden to Norway and Spain, where local Pirate Parties will host the site.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers said on Monday that the Trademark Clearinghouse will open on March 26, 2013.
Mass media giant The Walt Disney Company has failed to transfer three domains incorporating the word ‘aladdin’ in a cybersquatting dispute.
US Jeans brand Seven for all mankind has lost a final attempt to secure a Community trademark for its name, after the CJEU upheld an opposition from Italian backpack manufacturer Seven.
US-based the National Arbitration Forum has been picked as the first company to manage the Uniform Rapid Suspension System in the new generic top-level domain space.
Kim Dotcom claims his cloud storage site Mega has signed up more than 3 million users and hosts 125 million files, just one month after launching.