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Italian court finds Facebook liable for hosting infringing content

Italy21-02-2019

Facebook has been handed a defeat after an Italian court found it liable for hosting links to unlicensed content.

Film studios accuse Omniverse of ‘recruiting’ TV pirates

US20-02-2019

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.

Asian Football Confederation recruits experts to protect IP

20-02-2019

The Asian Football Confederation has started recruiting IP experts in a bid to tackle pirate TV channel beoutQ and other pirate broadcasters.

Orrick lures Fish & Richardson litigation partners

US20-02-2019Movers & Shakers

Orrick has strengthened its copyright and trademark expertise with the addition of five IP litigation partners from Fish & Richardson.

European Commission deletes copyright comment after criticism

EU19-02-2019

The European Commission has been forced to delete a blog post about its copyright legislation and issue an apology to readers.

Miley Cyrus copyright suit should move forward, judge says

US18-02-2019

Miley Cyrus has been unsuccessful in her bid to dismiss a copyright infringement suit concerning her 2013 song “We Can’t Stop”.

Japan to mull making all downloaded pirate content illegal: reports

Japan15-02-2019

The National Diet of Japan is to consider measures that would make all unauthorised downloads of copyright protected works illegal, according to local reports.

‘No one can own a dance move’: Fortnite creator

US14-02-2019

Epic Games, creator of popular video game Fortnite, has hit back at claims that it stole rapper 2 Milly’s signature ‘Milly Rock’ dance, arguing that “no one can own a dance move”.

Agreement reached on European Copyright Directive

EU14-02-2019

News of a final agreement on the proposed European Copyright Directive has prompted concern from long-term opponents of the law.

CCIA criticises “unworkable” EU copyright directive

US12-02-2019

“Foreign countries are increasingly prone to imposing onerous IP regulations aimed at US internet companies”, according to the Computer & Communications Industry Association.

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