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Finnish government to vote on citizen recommended copyright reform


Finland will become the first country in the world to have a governmental vote on changes to copyright law directly demanded by citizens.

Midnight in Paris suit thrown out of court


A US court has dismissed claims that the film Midnight in Paris infringed the copyright of Requiem for a Nun when it used a famous quote from the cross-genre novel.

Katten Muchin Rosenman hires partner to lead new Internet practice

US19-07-2013Movers & Shakers

US law firm Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP has hired Internet IP specialist Brian Winterfeldt as partner and head of its new Internet practice.

Report reveals dramatic fall in online piracy in Norway


Online piracy in Norway has fallen by more than 80 per cent in the past four years, according to a report.

Antigua announces committee to oversee suspension of US IP rights

Antigua, Antigua & Barbuda, US18-07-2013

The government of Antigua and Barbuda has formed a select committee to oversee its plans to suspend US IP rights.

Beatles tribute acts locked in copyright battle

UK, US17-07-2013

Rival tribute shows to British band The Beatles have become locked in a copyright infringement dispute over claims one musical copied another.

Premier League secures FirstRow piracy block


The English Premier League has won a blocking order against streaming website FirstRow, the first UK injunction applied to a sports website.

Advertising networks seek to cut off revenue for piracy sites


US companies which connect advertisers with websites have agreed to new measures which could lead to sites that infringe on intellectual property rights having advertising blocked.

Samoa accedes to the Paris Convention


The Independent State of Samoa has deposited its instrument of accession to the Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property, the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) announced.

Japan considers copyright law extension


The Japanese government is considering making changes to its copyright law which could see authors of protected works retain rights for an extra 20 years.

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