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Online protests stop SOPA

01-02-2012

The US Congress has postponed its consideration of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect IP Act (PIPA) after online protests aimed at the anti-piracy legislation.

Barrister struck off following copyright case

01-02-2012

An intellectual property lawyer has been struck off for representing his own company in a copyright infringement case.

Premier League announces copyright war on foreign decoders

UK01-02-2012

The Barclays Premier League has announced a drive to tackle the use of foreign decoders to transmit live football in the UK.

US shuts down Megaupload

01-02-2012

The US Department of Justice has forced file-sharing website Megaupload to shut down after charging those responsible for it with running an international criminal enterprise that committed online piracy on a massive scale.

Battle rages over copyright of Joyce children's story

01-02-2012

The expiry of the copyright covering James Joyce’s published works has sparked an argument over one of his children’s stories, The Cats of Copenhagen.

New TLD programme gets 100 registrants

01-02-2012

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) announced on February 14 that 100 parties had successfully registered in the new generic top-level domain (TLD) system.

Article One Partners reaches $2 million research payment milestone

01-02-2012

Patent research company Article One Partners (AOP) has paid $2 million to its global network of researchers since its inception.

Apple v Motorola patent battle hots up in Europe and the US

01-02-2012

iPhone maker Apple has asked the European Commission to intervene in its long-running patent dispute with smartphone manufacturer Motorola Mobility.

Playwright gives away new work

01-02-2012

Mike Daisey has announced that he is going to give away the performing rights to his monologue, The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs, for free.

Nestlé wins trademark battle over Kit Kat shape

EU04-01-2012

Food manufacturer Nestlé has won a six-year trademark dispute against confectionery brand Cadbury over the shape of its chocolate-covered biscuit Kit Kat, preventing the sale of rival products with similar four-fingered designs.

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