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A movie industry body has claimed online piracy has fallen by half in New Zealand since the government implemented a three-strike copyright law in September 2011.
Google has begun modifying its algorithms to relegate websites in its search rankings that are subject to high numbers of “valid copyright removal requests”.
The French government is planning to scale back the body responsible for monitoring illegal downloading and implementing a three-strike law, saying it is too expensive and ineffective.
A US authors’ group has demanded that Google pays it $750 for each book the Internet company has scanned without authorisation under its Google Books initiative.
Europe’s highest court ruled in May that copyright protection does not extend to the functionality of a computer program or its programming language.
Copyright owners are increasingly demanding that Google removes links to allegedly pirated content, according to figures revealed in its Transparency Report in May.
Robert Benson and Chris Broderick have swapped DLA Piper LLP for Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, and will work in its intellectual property group.
The global patent research community, Article One Partners (AOP), has recruited Peter Vanderheyden as its chief product officer.
Squire Sanders LLP has hired patent attorney Kam W. Law as a partner in its Hong Kong office.
French IP lawyer Jean-Frédéric Gaultier has joined Olswang LLP and will work in its European team.
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