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US copyright enters the social media age

10-07-2020Kelsey Farish

New US Copyright Office rules will make it easier for social media creators and bloggers to protect their work. But is the US still behind the times? Kelsey Farish of DAC Beachcroft reports.

Telegram: inside the pirate’s cove

India, Italy, Spain02-07-2020Rory O'Neill

It’s the messaging service for people who value privacy above all else. What does Telegram’s privacy policy mean for copyright owners? Rory O’Neill reports.

US copyright reports are missing the bigger picture

United States25-06-2020Cesar Fishman

Rightsholders and platforms can coexist peacefully using existing technology—it just needs to be implemented, argues Cesar Fishman of Pex.

Brompton: is it bad news for the UK?

EU22-06-2020ManufacturingPenelope Thornton and Alastair Shaw

The CJEU’s ruling in Brompton could cause a headache for the UK, where the copyright regime now appears to be out of step with the EU’s. Penelope Thornton and Alastair Shaw of Hogan Lovells report.

Instagram: copyright free-for-all?

17-06-2020Kimberly Almazan and Lauren Bursey

A New York federal court appears split on how to deal with the copyright law around public Instagram posts. Kimberly Almazan and Lauren Bursey of Withers report.

Interview: INTA CEO talks virtual conferences and digital transformation

International12-06-2020Sarah Morgan

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced IP associations around the world to postpone their conferences this year, either cancelling them entirely or making the move online. The International Trademark Association is no exception, but as CEO Etienne Sanz de Acedo says, it’s been planning a digital transformation for some time—the pandemic has just forced its hand. 

Georgia ruling: end of the public-private partnership?

12-06-2020B. Brett Heavner

B. Brett Heavner of Finnegan explores the implications of the US Supreme Court’s Georgia v Public.Resource.Org ruling for US states and their legal codes.

Trailblazers: The best advice

International05-06-2020Sarah Morgan

For people starting out in any field, it’s important to learn from the ones who are already making their mark. WIPR spoke to some of the 2019 Class of Trailblazers about their advice for those entering the IP profession and the challenges they’ve overcome.

The great exodus

International04-06-2020Sarah Morgan

Bullying, a dearth of opportunities and lower pay are just some of the reasons why the legal profession is bleeding its minority groups. Sarah Morgan investigates.

A culture of growth and equality

Iceland03-06-2020Sarah Morgan

Borghildur Erlingsdóttir, director general of the Icelandic Intellectual Property Office, sees massive opportunities at a time when Iceland’s economy is at a turning point, drawing on its old industries to drive innovation, as she tells Sarah Morgan.

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