Rights owners should begin developing their enforcement strategies for protecting their marks in the new generic top-level domain space, Microsoft attorney Russell Pangborn has warned.
British student Richard O’Dwyer has avoided extradition to the US, where he faced charges of copyright infringement.
The UK Supreme Court has ordered secondary ticketing website Viagogo to release personal details of individuals who re-sold rugby tickets on the site last month.
Trademark owners appear to have made headway in their long-running attempts to enhance the mechanisms for protecting their rights in the new gTLD space.
Mexico has joined the Madrid system for international trademark registration, becoming the 89th member.
Apple is facing a bill of $368.2 million for infringing four patents owned by US-based security software company VirnetX.
British registry Nominet has responded to criticism that its plans for introducing shorter .uk web addresses will require existing registrants to fight costly auctions to secure domains.
A US author has taken the unusual step of helping an Internet user who began pirating his work to translate his book into Russian.
Wal-Mart has failed to remove a website used to criticise the company in a dispute highlighting the divide between US and non-US views on free speech.
Apple and HTC have ended nearly three years of patent litigation and signed a 10-year licensing deal in a move that raises questions about Apple’s changing approach to enforcing its patents.