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EU Parliament approves ‘goods-in-transit’ powers


The European Parliament has unanimously backed powers for customs bodies to seize counterfeit goods travelling through the EU.

ITC clears tech firms of patent infringement


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.

“Patent trolls” will not trouble Europe – Battistelli

EPO, EU24-02-2014

Europe is strong enough to avoid a US-style “patent troll” phenomenon, European Patent Office president Benoît Battistelli has claimed.

European Parliament agrees copyright licensing changes


The European Parliament has agreed a new directive designed to simplify the management of copyright licensing.

Marks & Spencer in copyright storm over wall-frame design


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.

Canadian ISP forced to disclose “illegal” downloaders’ details


A Canadian court has ordered Internet service provider TekSavvy to hand over personal details of nearly 2,000 alleged illegal downloaders.

Microsoft signs Hop-on to licensing programme


Microsoft has struck a deal with electronics company Hop-on that allows it to license patents reading on Android and Chrome technology.

White House announces new NPE reforms


The US Government has pledged new measures aimed at targeting certain types of non-practising entities.

UK man ordered to repay copyright profits


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.

Google Earth faces patent infringement claims


A German company has accused Google of infringing a patent that it claims covers the basic technology underpinning Google Earth.

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