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The European Parliament has unanimously backed powers for customs bodies to seize counterfeit goods travelling through the EU.
The US International Trade Commission has cleared a group of technology firms, including Samsung, LG and Nintendo, of infringing a patent owned by an IP licensing company.
Europe is strong enough to avoid a US-style “patent troll” phenomenon, European Patent Office president Benoît Battistelli has claimed.
The European Parliament has agreed a new directive designed to simplify the management of copyright licensing.
A UK designer is facing a battle with high street chain Marks & Spencer after she accused the store of copying her design in its range of framed wall prints.
A Canadian court has ordered Internet service provider TekSavvy to hand over personal details of nearly 2,000 alleged illegal downloaders.
Microsoft has struck a deal with electronics company Hop-on that allows it to license patents reading on Android and Chrome technology.
The US Government has pledged new measures aimed at targeting certain types of non-practising entities.
A UK man who admitted masterminding a copyright infringement operation, described as one of the biggest in the country, has been ordered to surrender part of his criminal profits.
A German company has accused Google of infringing a patent that it claims covers the basic technology underpinning Google Earth.
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