The Indian government has proposed new measures to tackle counterfeiting and online piracy.
Google’s senior vice president of global affairs has weighed in on the European Union’s copyright directive, describing it as “one step forward, two steps back” for Europe’s creative economy.
A German federal commissioner has warned that article 13 of the recently agreed European copyright directive could create an “oligopoly consisting of a few vendors”.
Spotify has launched its music streaming service in India despite a legal challenge from Warner/Chappell Music accusing it of copyright infringement.
Digital library Scribd has filed a complaint against a tool that allows users to permanently download books magazines and other digital content from its publishing platform.
British internet service provider London Grid for Learning has announced a partnership with the Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit of the City of London Police to block access to pirate sites in schools.
A group of academics, lawyers and IP experts have issued an “emergency statement”, urging Japan’s government to reconsider its new copyright protection proposals.
Three street artists are suing Canadian footwear company Aldo for copyright and trademark infringement over the use of their work in promotional photos.
A company which develops nutritional supplements has issued a warning that a counterfeit version of one of its products is being sold on Amazon.
Film and TV studios have sued Omniverse One World Television and its owner Jason DeMeo, alleging that they are infringing copyright by offering pirated TV for streaming.