The Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit of the City of London police has warned shoppers of the dangers of counterfeit goods ahead of Valentine’s Day.
“Foreign countries are increasingly prone to imposing onerous IP regulations aimed at US internet companies”, according to the Computer & Communications Industry Association.
The US Copyright Royalty Board has announced that it will raise the royalty rates paid to songwriters for the streaming of their music for the five-year period from 2018-2022.
Amazon has warned investors, reportedly for the first time, about the risk of counterfeits on its online platform.
A New York City-based photographer has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against British newspaper Daily Mail.
American fashion brand Abercrombie & Fitch is suing unnamed defendants for distributing counterfeit clothing items which the company claims infringe its trademarks.
Almost half of UK professionals surveyed by CompuMark, a division of analytics company Clarivate Analytics, said they had litigated trademark infringement cases relating to social media names in 2018.
An author of a book about the Earth being flat has filed a trademark infringement and cybersquatting suit against an unnamed defendant who is allegedly using his name to spread defamatory content.
A no-deal Brexit would mean EU citizens residing in the UK may lose their .eu domains by March 2020, new guidance says.
The number of piracy sites in Russia increased by 43% last year, according to data from anti-piracy firm WebKontrol, despite increased efforts to block such websites.