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USPTO opens debate on improving software patents


The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is aiming to boost the quality of the software patents it grants by launching a new project, the Software Partnership.

Google and Yahoo appear on ‘piracy’ ad list


A report from the University of Southern California has ranked Google and Yahoo on the top-ten list of companies that place adverts on alleged pirated websites.

FTC criticises patent blocking but clears Google of search results bias


The US Federal Trade Commission has criticised Google and its subsidiary Motorola Mobility for blocking access to essential technology patents but has cleared the company of search results bias.

Xunlei shuts down ‘pirate’ search engine


Chinese web company Xunlei has shut down its search engine Gougou, which the US government had accused of promoting piracy.

USPTO and EPO adopt common classification system


The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and European Patent Office (EPO) have forged a closer relationship by signing a deal on a harmonised system for classifying patent documents.

China vows to strengthen protection of IPR


Representatives of China promised that more efforts will be made to protect intellectual property rights in the 23rd session of the US-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade (JCCT), which concluded on Wednesday.

CJEU delivers ONEL verdict on CTM regulations


The Court of Justice of the EU has delivered its long-awaited ruling in the Onel case on whether the use of a community trademark in a single EU member state meets the requirements of genuine use in the community.

Kodak sells patents for $525m


Kodak has sold its digital imaging patent portfolio to a consortium organised by non-practicing entities Intellectual Ventures and RPX Corporation for $525m.

Haribo wins gummy bear trademark dispute


German confectioner Haribo has won a trademark dispute against Swiss chocolatier Lindt in one of the first rulings on whether a word mark can be infringed by a three-dimensional product design.

US government removes Taobao from Notorious Markets list


The US government has published its annual Notorious Markets list and removed Chinese retail website Taobao from last year’s report.

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