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Canyon Bicycles wins first new gTLD UDRP case

International18-03-2014

Bike-maker Canyon Bicycles has recovered a cybersquatted domain name that was registered seven seconds after it became publicly available.

Indian media company fails to stall ‘Today’ bid

India18-03-2014

An Indian company that owns various media outlets using the title ‘Today’ has failed to prevent a rival from trademarking a news channel incorporating the name.

Beastie Boys and GoldieBlox settle copyright row

US18-03-2014

A US toy company has settled a lawsuit with rap group Beastie Boys over a promotional video that parodied of one of the band’s songs.

Google and Viacom settle copyright dispute

US18-03-2014

Google and global media company Viacom have settled a seven-year billion-dollar copyright dispute over clips uploaded to video-sharing website YouTube.

Thousands of counterfeits seized in Dubai and Qatar

Qatar17-03-2014

Thousands of counterfeit cosmetic and electrical items totalling millions of dollars have been seized in separate raids in Dubai and Qatar, according to local media reports.

US government to leave ICANN contract

US17-03-2014

The US government is to withdraw from its contract with ICANN that allows the organisation to perform several Internet-related tasks.

IOC to oppose Russian trademark registration

Russia17-03-2014

The governing body for the Olympic Games has said it will oppose a trademark registration in Russia that pays homage to a mishap at the Winter Olympics.

Chinese company accused of software theft in US

US17-03-2014

The state of Oklahoma has filed a lawsuit against a Chinese supplier of valves to the oil industry, accusing it of using pirated software to gain an unfair advantage over its competitors.

Gurry warns about new gTLD uncertainty

International17-03-2014

The World Intellectual Property Organization’s director general has warned trademark owners they face increasing disruption as the domain name system continues to expand.

“Patent cliff” blamed for contraction in Irish economy

Ireland14-03-2014

A contraction of 0.3 percent in Ireland’s economy last year has been linked to the expiry of several key pharmaceutical patents.

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