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Hadopi strikes at the heart of online piracy


Despite its recent budget cut of 25 percent, French anti-piracy agency Hadopi will increase efforts to clamp down on online piracy by sending 1.1 million "strike" warnings to Internet users this year, up from the 668,000 sent in 2012.

China to open IP mediation centre


China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology is to open a mediation centre to deal with intellectual property and online piracy disputes, it was revealed at a conference last week.

PatentScope on track to become world’s largest free database


In a speech given at the Global Technology Impact Forum on Monday, WIPO director general Francis Gurry announced his hopes to make PatentScope the largest free public database of technology disclosures in the world.

Publishers demand UK copyright bill changes


A group of media publishers have claimed that three copyright provisions in draft UK legislation are unlawful—and have demanded their deletion.

Dotcom boom: Mega launches with a bang

New Zealand, US21-01-2013, the successor to file-sharing site Megaupload, launched on Saturday with a spectacular display on founder Kim Dotcom’s estate in New Zealand.

US musicians low on copyright cash


US copyright laws are providing few direct financial benefits to musicians in the country, according to an academic study published in January.

Illegal downloads found on US Congress computers


A report by IP address tracker ScanEye has suggested that US Congress employees have illegally downloaded movies and TV programmes on work computers.

News outlets face damages for Twitter images


A US court has ruled that The Washington Post and Agence France-Presse (AFP) both infringed a photographer’s copyright when they distributed and published images he had posted on Twitter.

Fish & Richardson adds two principals to Boston office

16-01-2013Movers & Shakers

Law firm Fish & Richardson has added two principals to its IP litigation group in Boston.

Verizon puts the brakes on copyright infringement


Verizon plans to reduce the Internet speeds of repeat copyright infringers under a series of anti-piracy measures leaked on January 11.

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