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IBM owns largest AI patent portfolio: WIPO


American technology company IBM holds the largest artificial intelligence patent portfolio, with China and the US being the leading countries in this area, according to a new report from the World Intellectual Property Organization.

Author files trademark suit against unnamed cybersquatter


An author of a book about the Earth being flat has filed a trademark infringement and cybersquatting suit against an unnamed defendant who is allegedly using his name to spread defamatory content.

Chinese officials urge government to strengthen IP protection


Political advisers have urged the Chinese government to step up efforts to strengthen protection for rights owners in the country.

Philips’ GPS fitness tracker patent invalidated in win for Garmin


The English High Court has handed victory to technology company Garmin in its bid to invalidate claims of a patent covering wearable GPS fitness trackers owned by Dutch technology firm Philips.

Apple files another appeal against $440m VirnetX award


Apple has filed another appeal against a patent infringement verdict which ordered the smartphone maker to pay IP licensing company, VirnetX, $440 million.

FTC and Qualcomm present closing arguments in FRAND trial


Closing arguments in the antitrust suit brought by the US Federal Trade Commission against Qualcomm have wrapped up, and the case is now in the hands of a judge.

EU citizens in the UK may still lose their .eu domains in no-deal Brexit

EU, Ireland, UK29-01-2019

A no-deal Brexit would mean EU citizens residing in the UK may lose their .eu domains by March 2020, new guidance says.

Number of Russian piracy sites rises but traffic falls: reports


The number of piracy sites in Russia increased by 43% last year, according to data from anti-piracy firm WebKontrol, despite increased efforts to block such websites.

New guidelines on FRAND licensing for 5G SEPs published


A group of organisations today published new guidelines on fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory licensing for 5G standard-essential patents, in the wake of recent high-profile disputes.

CPA merges with ipan/Delegate, boosts position in IP services


CPA Global has agreed to merge with rival IP management company ipan/Delegate Group.

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