More than 4,000 files containing malware or potentially unwanted programmes were retrieved from more than 1,000 websites suspected of illegally sharing protected content, an EU study has revealed.
A new survey published by corporate domain name registrar Brandsight has revealed that over half of respondents are struggling to manage their domain name portfolios.
The Higher Regional Court in Cologne, Germany, has ruled against a plea made by ICANN to reconsider an earlier decision not to grant an injunction against domain registrar EPAG.
Germany’s Federal Court of Justice (Bundesgerichtshof) has asked the Court of Justice of the European Union whether YouTube is liable for IP violations that occur on its video-sharing platform.
US-based TVEyes, a search engine for TV and radio coverage, yesterday fought back against Fox News after filing a petition for writ of certiorari at the US Supreme Court.
Domain name management company Com Laude announced its acquisition of Edinburgh-based Demys yesterday.
The Alliance for Creativity, a coalition of Hollywood film studios and content-streaming platforms, secured a settlement against streaming device maker TickBox yesterday.
Two pub licensees have been fined for airing Sky Sports TV programmes to customers without a valid licence.
Article 13 of the proposed EU copyright directive could potentially undermine the creative economy, according to YouTube’s chief business officer.
China’s new e-commerce legislation is a positive development in the country’s fight against IP violations and counterfeit distribution, according to lawyers.