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Kenyan IP battle could set precedent for jurisdiction

Kenya09-01-2013

A legal battle in Kenya between microfinance company Faulu Kenya and mobile network operator Safaricom could set a new precedent for IP trials in the East African jurisdiction.

Duane Morris promotes four IP attorneys to partner

US08-01-2013Movers & Shakers

Duane Morris LLP has promoted four intellectual property attorneys to partner in its US offices.

Google and Yahoo appear on ‘piracy’ ad list

US04-01-2013

A report from the University of Southern California has ranked Google and Yahoo on the top-ten list of companies that place adverts on alleged pirated websites.

Xunlei shuts down ‘pirate’ search engine

China03-01-2013

Chinese web company Xunlei has shut down its search engine Gougou, which the US government had accused of promoting piracy.

Vince Cable announces IP protection plans

17-12-2012

Business Secretary Vince Cable has proposed new measures to protect intellectual property in a speech given at The Big Innovation Centre in London on Monday.

Google copyright removal requests rise to 2.5 million per week

14-12-2012

The number of copyright removal requests Google receives per week has increased from 250,000 to 2.5 million in just six months, prompting the search provider to make details of each request publicly available.

BPI poised to sue the Pirate Party

UK13-12-2012

The British Phonographic Industry (BPI) is planning to sue the UK Pirate Party for failing to remove a proxy server that provides access to the Pirate Bay.

EU adopts four-year IP action plan

EU11-12-2012

The EU council has adopted an action plan to combat intellectual property rights infringement from 2013 to 2017.

US and EU seize domains in counterfeit crackdown

EU, US07-12-2012

US and European authorities seized 132 alleged counterfeit websites ahead of ‘Cyber Monday’, one of the year’s busiest Christmas shopping days.

TVShack creator pays fine to avoid US extradition

UK, US07-12-2012

British student Richard O’Dwyer has avoided extradition to the US, where he faced charges of copyright infringement.

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