The Berlin Court of Appeal has clarified the responsibilities of copyright licensees when it comes to preventing third-party infringement via ‘framing’.
UEFA, the governing body of football in Europe, has secured the extension and expansion of a streaming injunction in the UK that requires internet service providers to block servers illegally streaming European football.
Estée Lauder has filed a US lawsuit against a number of domain names and online marketplace accounts allegedly being used to sell counterfeit make-up, in an effort to protect its Mac Cosmetics brand.
Video game developer Nintendo has filed a claim for copyright and trademark infringement against a US-based individual over “hubs” used for pirated online content.
ICANN’s lawsuit regarding how the Whois system should operate in the context of the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation has been referred to the Higher Regional Court in Cologne, Germany.
Victoria’s Secret and Jaguar Land Rover were among the companies that filed complaints under Nominet’s Dispute Resolution Service (DRS) in 2017, according to the .uk registry’s latest report
Chinese authorities have launched a campaign aimed at tackling online copyright infringement.
The owner of a major pirate streaming service and supplier of illicit streaming devices has been imprisoned for five years and three months in the UK.
Video sharing platform YouTube has released a new initiative to help users identify when their content has been uploaded to other accounts.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has described the Japanese government’s proposals to introduce website-blocking as “cutting off your hand to deal with a paper cut”, in a statement released on Friday, July 13.