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UK government report hints at copyright policy changes

UK26-09-2013

A parliamentary committee in the UK has called on the government to introduce tougher sanctions on copyright laws including increasing the maximum term for jail time for online IP theft.

South Africa could overhaul patent policy

South Africa26-09-2013

The government in South Africa is considering changing its national policy on IP, a move that could have far reaching effects for its patents system.

Russia and EPO announce patent collaborations

EU, Russia26-09-2013

The European Patent Office (EPO) has announced the start of two joint initiatives with Russia and The Eurasian Patent Office.

Google to "aggressively" launch .brand gTLDs

26-09-2013

Google plans to market its branded generic top-level domains (gTLDs) "as quickly as we can", company representative Hal Bailey told an industry event in London.

KPMG lays out gTLD vision

26-09-2013

Professional services company KPMG has said a .brand gTLD should be seen as a secure registry database, "not just a domain name".

Russia considers widening piracy law

Russia25-09-2013

A Russian law that blocks websites offering pirated TV shows and movies could be amended to cover other forms of copyright, according to local reports.

US Congress wades in on WIPO

US25-09-2013

Five members of the US Congress, including three members of the US Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet, have sent a letter to US Secretary of State John Kerry urging him not to back Francis Gurry for re-election to the post of WIPO director general.

Donuts launches domain blocking tool

US25-09-2013

The leading applicant for new generic top-level domains, Donuts Inc, has launched a new mechanism for protecting trademark rights.

Creative industries mark progress in streamlining copyright licensing

25-09-2013

On September 25, the CLSG published a report detailing its progress in streamlining the process of copyright licensing in the UK.

Nokia beats HTC in ITC patent battle

25-09-2013

Smart-phone maker HTC has infringed patents belonging to rival Nokia, the US International Trade Commission has ruled.

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