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MEPs rubber stamp plans for single digital market


European politicians have approved draft rules that they say would make it quicker for artists to claim royalties from Internet music service providers.

Kickstarter becomes battleground for publishing dispute

UK, US09-07-2013

An online fundraising effort to create a sequel to a popular children’s book has been temporarily abandoned amid copyright infringement claims.

France relaxes ‘three-strike’ piracy scheme


The French government has removed the authorities’ power to cut off Internet access to file-sharers suspected of repeatedly infringing copyright.

UK launches the Copyright Hub


A pilot scheme for an online portal to educate and inform the public about copyright officially launched on Monday.

Irish ISP closer to blocking Internet pirates


The Supreme Court in Ireland has paved the way for Internet Service Provider Eircom to implement measures that could see copyright infringers barred from accessing the Internet.

Glasgow 2014 to clamp down on Commonwealth Games ambush marketing


Officials organising the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow have announced a string of tough measures to “prevent ambush marketing both before and after” the competition.

UK IPO report hints at snags in orphan works system


A report from the UK Intellectual Property Office, designed to help the government improve the system for licensing orphan copyright works, has hinted that current recommendations may not offer the best way forward.

Authors suffer setback in Google Books case


The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has reversed a court order that would have allowed an association of authors to challenge Google’s online library project, Google Books, as a group.

China recommends trademark law overhaul


China has announced tough new measures to protect trademarks in the country, including doubling the maximum level of damages for infringement.

Greenberg Traurig boosts Las Vegas IP practice

US02-07-2013Movers & Shakers

Greenberg Traurig LLP has added IP and entertainment lawyer Nancy Ayala to its Las Vegas office. Ayala joins the firm as a counsel.

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