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UK ISPs ordered to block more than 20 file-sharing sites

UK30-10-2013

Internet Service Providers in the UK have been ordered to block access to 21 websites allegedly infringing copyright, in what the British Phonographic Industry has described as Europe’s largest blocking order.

MPLC hires new vice president

International29-10-2013Movers & Shakers

The Motion Picture Licensing Corporation, a copyright licensing agency, has announced the appointment of a new executive vice president.

Italian communications body outlines copyright changes

Italy29-10-2013

An independent communications authority in Italy has outlined new plans aimed at tackling online piracy.

Record labels take copyright fight to the skies

US29-10-2013

United Airlines is facing claims that thousands of songs and music videos used in its in-flight entertainment service infringe the copyright of several music companies.

High Court to assess costs against TVCatchup

UK25-10-2013

A UK judge is to calculate how much Internet TV streaming site TVCatchup owes in indemnity costs to broadcaster BSkyB.

Mayer Brown welcomes new Asia IP head

Hong Kong23-10-2013Movers & Shakers

Gabriela Kennedy has joined law firm Mayer Brown JSM as head of its IP and technology, media and telecoms group in Asia.

Hacon to fill Birss’s shoes at UK court

UK22-10-2013

British barrister Richard Hacon is set to become the permanent presiding judge of the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court, multiple sources have told WIPR.

Author demands interview is removed from Amazon

US21-10-2013

Travel writer Bill Bryson has demanded an e-book, which re-published a 20-year-old interview with him, is removed from sale on Amazon after claiming it amounts to copyright infringement.

WIPO releases study into video game protection

International21-10-2013

The World Intellectual Property Organization has published a multi-national study into legal protection for copyright in video games.

Dutch senate extends protection of performers’ rights

Netherlands18-10-2013

The Dutch senate has accepted a proposal to change the term of copyright protection for performers from 50 to 70 years.

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