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CJEU: web filtering "not a fair balance"

Belgium, EU01-12-2011

The Court of Justice for the EU (CJEU) has ruled that copyright holders cannot ask Internet service providers (ISPs) to filter out illegal content.

Apple grabs cybersquatted domains

Switzerland01-12-2011

Apple has seized seven domain names incorporating its iPhone trademark that were used to display pornography.

UK to hear if copyright exchange is feasible

UK01-12-2011

The UK government has announced that Richard Hooper, former deputy chairman of the UK regulator for the communications industries, Ofcom, will lead a feasibility study on developing a Digital Copyright Exchange.

US court gives go-ahead to grab domains

01-12-2011

The US District Court for the District of Nevada has issued temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions to prevent approximately 600 websites dealing in counterfeit goods.

If it looks like an Apple...

China01-10-2011

Fake Apple stores have recently been spotted in China.

Isolated DNA molecules are patentable in the US

01-10-2011

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has held that isolated DNA molecules are patentable, it announced on July 29.

High Court orders ISP to block website

UK01-10-2011

A UK High Court Justice has ordered an ISP to block access to a file-sharing website that allows users to unlawfully access the copyrighted works of major films and television programmes.

Google shrugs off Nortel loss with big bucks purchase

01-10-2011

Google has reacted to missing out on Nortel’s highly-prized patent portfolio by acquiring smartphone manufacturer Motorola Mobility Holdings for $12.5 billion, it was announced on August 15.

Spain and Italy ask CJEU for help

EU, Italy, Spain01-10-2011

The governments of Spain and Italy have asked the CJEU to annul the March 2011 European Council decision that authorised the use of enhanced co-operation for creating unitary patent protection in Europe.

OHIM signs on three dotted-lines

EPO01-10-2011

The Office of Harmonization for the Internal Market (OHIM) has completed a hat-trick of agreements as its plans for greater co-operation with international IP organisations and national IP offices progress.

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