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US politicians urged to take tougher IP stance

US30-05-2013

US policy-makers should take immediate action to stem the tide of IP “theft”, a report has warned.

Proposed changes to Taiwan Copyright Act spark firewall fears

Taiwan30-05-2013

Proposed amendments to the Taiwan Copyright Act may make it legal for Internet service providers (ISPs) to block access to certain websites.

Sheppard Mullin takes partner from Steptoe

US23-05-2013Movers & Shakers

Michael Heimbold has joined Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP as a partner from Steptoe & Johnson LLP.

UK ISPs begin blocking piracy sites

UK21-05-2013

Major UK Internet Service Providers have begun blocking two sites accused of promoting piracy, in the latest round of similar orders.

Millionaires’ divorce spat spawns copyright win

UK20-05-2013

The England & Wales High Court has a settled a copyright dispute between a multi-millionaire estranged couple who are fighting more than 40 lawsuits.

Judge bars copyright class actions against YouTube

US20-05-2013

A US judge has rejected copyright owners’ attempts to file class actions against Google over the unauthorised posting of their material on YouTube.

Vietnam vows to step up customs enforcement

Vietnam17-05-2013

Vietnam’s department for anti-smuggling and investigation has issued an open letter informing rights holders of plans to improve customs monitoring in the country.

France set to scrap Hadopi

France15-05-2013

The French cultural and communications ministry was urged on Monday to scrap Hadopi, the government agency responsible for a three-strike anti-piracy system.

IP bill announced in Queen’s Speech

UK09-05-2013

The Queen gave her yearly speech to parliament on May 8, where she announced a bill hoped to modernise the UK’s IP system.

KIPI chairman plans to boost IP awareness in Kenya

Kenya08-05-2013

At a reception on World IP Day in April, chairman of the Kenya Industrial Property Institute (KIPI) Paul Lilan said Kenya needs to channel more resources into the promotion and protection of intellectual property.

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