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Nintendo wins ISP anti-piracy injunctions in Spain

Spain01-02-2021Rory O'Neill

Nintendo secured a pair of injunctions at a Barcelona court last month, ordering internet service providers to block sites facilitating a workaround of its piracy security systems.

Japan considers new cosplay copyright rules


The Japanese government is considering how best to regulate cosplay using copyright law.

Saudi begins piracy crackdown after beoutQ criticism

Qatar, Saudi Arabia25-01-2021Rory O'Neill

Saudi authorities have begun a new IP enforcement campaign, following intense scrutiny of the Kingdom’s IP protections and a dispute with Qatar’s BeIN Media.

Google agrees to pay French publishers for online re-use

EU, France25-01-2021

Members of an association of French publishers will receive remuneration from Google when their content is re-used, according to an agreement announced on Google France’s blog on Thursday, January 21.

Unicolors: ‘impossible’ Boohoo didn’t copy design

18-01-2021Rory O'Neill

California fashion brand Unicolors is suing UK retailer Boohoo for allegedly copying the design of a floral-patterned dress.

Court upholds $1bn copyright ruling against ISP Cox


Internet service provider Cox Communications’ attempt to reduce a $1 billion award of damages for copyright infringement has failed, in a win for music companies including Sony, Universal, and Warner.

Unicolors seeks SCOTUS review of H&M copyright case


Fashion company Unicolors has asked the US Supreme Court to weigh in on its copyright dispute with H&M, which Unicolors described as a “wilful copyright infringer”.

Singer pronounced co-author of Meryl Streep movie script at English court

UK12-01-2021Muireann Bolger

An opera singer has secured a victory at the UK Intellectual Property Enterprise Court, which ruled that she was the co-author of the screenplay of the film “Florence Foster Jenkins” starring Meryl Streep.

Cloudflare demands sanctions on copyright plaintiffs

11-01-2021Rory O'Neill

Web security service Cloudflare and three adult models are accusing each other of “frivolous” claims and have called for sanctions in a piracy lawsuit.

Minaj to pay Chapman $450,000 in copyright spat


Nicki Minaj has agreed to pay Tracy Chapman $450,000 in a copyright dispute that began between the musicians in 2018, according to a notice filed at the US District Court for the Central District of California on Thursday, January 7.

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