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Apple Corps—the record label founded by the Beatles—has finally agreed to let its technology company namesake Apple sell The Beatles’ back catalogue through its online music service, iTunes.
A recent study estimates that 23.76 percent of global Internet traffic is infringing copyright.
Trademark application fees have risen in India after the country amended its trademark law.
Viacom has appealed the summary judgment awarded to online video-sharing site YouTube as it bids to halt copyright infringement on the website.
The owner of the biggest Internet café chain in Dongguan City, China, has agreed to use legitimate Microsoft software in its eight establishments.
Brownmark Films has accused South Park Studios, Comedy Partners and Viacom International of copying its music video and YouTube sensation What What (In the Butt) in a 2008 episode of South Park.
The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement was finalised in November.
The US International Trade Commission (ITC) says that China’s ineffective enforcement of IP is a threat to US firms and that its indigenous innovation policies threaten US exports and investments.
The European Commission has asked for ‘enhanced co-operation’ to be considered as a means of creating a unitary patent protection system in Europe.
Google will provide the European Patent Office (EPO) with machine translation technology, allowing the office to translate patents into the languages of the 38 states that it serves.
Beau de Loménie (BDL-IP) France
Sagacious IP India, China, Japan and Europe
HSM IP Caribbean, EU, Central America, Latin America, South America
Banwo & Ighodalo Nigeria, Ghana, OAPI, ARIPO
CMS UK, Germany, Austria, Portugal, Poland, USA, China
Peksung Intellectual Property Ltd. China
Deep & Far Attorneys-at-law Taiwan
Appleyard Lees United Kingdom
CCPIT Patent & Trademark Law Office China
Cameron & Shepherd Guyana
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