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Fourth Circuit refuses to rehear $25m piracy case


The US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit has refused to rehear a $25 million piracy dispute between internet service provider Cox Communications and music licensing body BMG Rights Management.

Court confirms US copyright law applies to overseas content

Poland, US06-03-2018

A case which attracted the attention of the US government has confirmed that the country’s copyright law applies in cases where content originating overseas is directed towards US viewers in violation of the rights of US copyright owners.

Vivienne Westwood apologises for copying designers


British fashion brand Vivienne Westwood has apologised for using graphics created by two designers.

WIPR survey: Does imitation equal flattery?

International, UK05-03-2018

After a comment from the founder of Anti Copying in Design, WIPR asked its readers whether imitation and infringement can ever be a good thing.

Chinese government and judiciary vow to improve IP system


The Supreme People’s Court of China has vowed to increase efforts to tackle the infringement of IP rights, following the Chinese government’s announcement of plans to reform the country’s IP landscape.

European Commission ramps up efforts to tackle online copyright infringement


The European Commission released a set of recommended operational measures yesterday in an effort to fight back against illegal content online.

Piracy, swag bags and cybersquatting: IP infringement at the Oscars


With this year’s Oscars just around the corner, WIPR looks at the IP infringement issues that have threatened to upstage the awards ceremony over the years. 

Playboy copyright case ends in ‘victory for journalism’

US02-03-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

Playboy Entertainment Group’s copyright infringement case against culture and technology website Boing Boing has ended, a result which is “a victory for journalism”, according to the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

INTA Design Conference 2018: The beast of 3D printing


“We need to take action now to counter the new beast” that is 3D printing, according to Nick Kounoupias, founder of Kounoupias IP, a UK based consultancy provider.

Nike jumps for joy in Michael Jordan photo dispute


Sportswear brand Nike secured a win at the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit after defeating an appeal by a sports photographer.

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