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The Three Stripes Controversy
It is important to remark that Adidas had not proceeded to register its three lines before the EU until this point.
European Union
15 Aug 2019
2
Copyright Strikes Back
During the trial, the Provo-based startup had previously filed for bankruptcy in 2017 and are currently still going through those proceedings.
United States
15 Aug 2019
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7th International IP Congress: Recent IP Developments in Europe
They are those represented by the presence of an audiovisual file that contains the combination of image and sound.
European Union
30 Jul 2019
4
Internet Is Free, But Not Free!
Echoes of the New Copyright Directive approved by the European Parliament last month extend to the other side of the pond.
Argentina
29 May 2019
5
GDPR vs. BREXIT
On May 25, 2018 the European Union, after its approval in Parliament and its European Council, came into force the GDPR, in order to unify the regulations of all the Member States on the matter.
European Union
2 May 2019
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SIC Seeks To Apply The "TateQuieto" To Facebook
As it was commented in a previous article, following the wave of strengthening and control of the community and national legislations initiated in the European Union in relation to the acquisition, use and management of personal data, ...
Argentina
10 Apr 2019
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Indecopi vs. Web "Piratas"
The fight against piracy always meant an important effort for the governments, but in the last years, due to the accelerated evolution that the different technological means have experienced in a short period, ...
Peru
29 Mar 2019
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Significant Fines For Infringement Of The Data Protection Law
The National Authority for the Protection of Personal Data, which belongs to the Ministry of Justice, imposed fines for a total of $ USD 232,271.- to public and private institutions that violated the personal data protection law.
Peru
7 Mar 2019
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McDonald's Loses Flagship Trademark "Big Mac" In The European Union
After years of confrontation with the small Irish supermarket chain, "Supermac", founded in 1978, the EUIPO has revoked the rights to use the "Big Mac" brand in the European Union, registered by the multinational-nal "McDonald's".
European Union
7 Mar 2019
10
Youtuber vs. CNN
Since YouTube appeared in the virtual world in 2005, the ways of creating and sharing content through networks changed forever.
Chile
13 Feb 2019
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When Trading Cars Infringe Copyright
Company Capri Internacional S.A. was sanctioned in the first instance with a fine of $140,000 USD by the Copyright Commission (CDA) of Indecopi (Trademark Office of Peru), for infringing the rules on copyright ...
Peru
11 Feb 2019
12
Wave Of Personal Data Updates In Latam
The Protection of Personal Data is a fundamental right of citizens of inexcusable application by any type of organization, both public and private.
Argentina
30 Jan 2019
13
Copyright vs. Taxi Drivers
The Director of transport of Sayco and Acinpro (Colombian management entity of communication rights, musical works and audiovisual productions), announced in the National Congress of Taxi Drivers ...
Colombia
9 Jan 2019
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Argentine Justice Orders Blocking Popular Movie Streaming Website Cuevana2 After Copyright Infringement
Argentine Justice orders Blocking Popular Movie Streaming Website Cuevana2 after Copyright Infringement.
Argentina
12 Dec 2018
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Could Food Be Protected By Copyright?
Returning to Argentina, as mentioned before, our Copyright Law does not protect the recipes themselves, but rather how they are expressed, for example in a book.
Argentina
27 Nov 2018
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Can Registration Of A Trademark Be Challenged?
Faced with this decision, Goldsun filed a constitutional judiciary protection order to reverse this decision.
Peru
27 Nov 2018
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First Prison Sentence In Colombia For Copyright Fraud
The Criminal Court of the Zipaquirá Circuit has issued the first punishable sentence in Colombia for Defrauding Author Rights and Related Rights.
Colombia
21 Nov 2018
18
Senate Ratifies New Amendment Of The Copyright Law
The Mexican Senate approved on Thursday, April 26, 2018, an amendment to the Federal Law of Copyright that would possibly affect the right to freedom of expression on the Internet.
Mexico
11 Jun 2018
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Five People Arrested For Intellectual Property Law Infringement
Five people were arrested for violating Intellectual Property Law in seven pubs and restaurants in Puerto Montt, a port city in southern Chile's Lake District.
Chile
14 Mar 2018
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Can Makeup Have A Copyright?
Since the law 11,723 was enacted in 1933 different human expressions were included in its art, meaning humans expressions were included in this law to be protected. So what happened with makeup?
Argentina
6 Feb 2018
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