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Universal Music withdraws ‘Purple Rain’ takedown notice

US30-07-2018Copyright News

Universal Music has withdrawn a Digital Millennium Copyright Act takedown notice for a Twitter video showing thousands of people singing Prince’s 1984 classic “Purple Rain”.

72% of CEOs admit taking IP from employer: report

Germany, UK, US27-07-2018

Nearly three-quarters (72%) of CEOs have taken IP from a former employer, according to research released by American software company Code42 on Tuesday.

DWF launches IP department in France

France26-07-2018Movers & Shakers

Law firm DWF has launched a new IP department in France with the addition of litigation partner Simon Christiaën.

Dutch cheese taste not protectable by copyright, says AG


An advocate general yesterday advised the Court of Justice of the European Union that the taste of a Dutch cheese cannot be protected by EU copyright law, in an opinion which practitioners have mixed views on.

Man admits infringing Boeing unit’s GPS data copyright


A man from California has pleaded guilty to copyright infringement after he resold updates for a GPS product operated by a Boeing subsidiary on eBay.

Fenwick adds IP tech partner from Davis & Gilbert

US25-07-2018Movers & Shakers

After spending more than 11 years at Davis & Gilbert, Vejay Lalla has joined Fenwick & West as a partner in the firm’s New York office.

Preview: Dutch cheese and Nestlé KitKat on CJEU’s plate


Tomorrow, the Court of Justice of the European Union will issue a trademark ruling on the KitKat chocolate bar, while an advocate-general will opine on Dutch cheese.

Elon Musk settles copyright fight over flatulent unicorn


After causing a stink on social media last month, a copyright dispute involving Elon Musk, a potter and a flatulent unicorn has been settled.

UK pubs fined for illegally broadcasting Sky Sports


The licensees of three UK-based pubs have been fined for illegally broadcasting Sky Sports on their premises without obtaining a licence.

English Premier League scores against ISPs again

UK19-07-2018Copyright News

The English Premier League has been allowed to extend a blocking order against six UK-based internet service providers for the next football season.

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