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"Follow The Money": Memorandum Of Understanding On Online Advertising And IP Infringement
Websites infringing copyright material or offering counterfeit goods usually carry advertising, which is often of legitimate brand owners.
UK
7 Aug 2018
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Supreme Court Decides ISPs Should Not Pay Implementation Costs Of Website Blocking Orders
The single issue before the Supreme Court was who should pay the costs of implementing the website blocking order – the ISPs or the rights owners.
UK
22 Jun 2018
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The Reform Agenda In 2018
Further progress in the controversial copyright proposals forming part of the EU Digital Single Market project, including the proposed related right ...
UK
17 Apr 2018
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Digital Economy Act 2017: Key IP Provisions
The Digital Economy Act 2017 contains a number of important provisions relating to IP. In particular, the Act ...
UK
17 Apr 2018
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EU IP Protection And Enforcement: Commission Proposes Improvements
As part of its Digital Single Market strategy, the European Commission has published a series of papers setting out its commitment to protection of intellectual property rights ...
UK
17 Apr 2018
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Show's Over For Cable-Retransmission?
The decision of the CJEU in ITV v TVCatchup finally brought to an end a long-running complex dispute relating to the TVCatchup service, which has seen its fair share of twists and turns and cliff hangers.
UK
17 Apr 2018
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Planning Permission – Check For Copyright In Architects' Drawings
A High Court case (Signature Realty v Fortis Developments) was a timely reminder for property developers to ensure they have the right to use architects' drawings relating to their developments.
UK
17 Apr 2018
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Court Grants First ‘Live' Blocking Order Against Streaming Servers
The Football Association Premier League (FAPL) won a landmark ruling in its ongoing battle to tackle illegal streaming of Premier League fixtures.
UK
17 Apr 2018
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Crackdown On ‘Fully-Loaded' Media Players
As an advertising message, "Want to watch free films, series, sport without having to pay? Who doesn't?!" was clearly too good to be true.
European Union
16 Apr 2018
10
Inside IP: Protection Of TV Formats As Copyright Works
Format right disputes rarely end up in court but a recent decision of the High Court has provided some useful clarification that TV formats may be protected by copyright ...
UK
16 Apr 2018
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The Pirate Bay And ‘Communication To The Public'
The CJEU also adopted a broad and flexible interpretation of ‘communication to the public' in Stichting Brein v Ziggo, a case concerning the infamous file-sharing website The Pirate Bay.
European Union
16 Apr 2018
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IP Annual Review: Brands, Designs & Copyright
Welcome to our review of the significant developments in protection and enforcement of brands, designs and copyright in 2017.
UK
21 Feb 2018
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Supreme Court Judgement On Peer-to-Peer Networks Has Implications Across the Globe
The US Supreme Court gave its judgement on a critical question of contributory and vicarious (or secondary) copyright infringement at the end of June 2005. It was decided that the makers of software and the providers of a network, both of which were widely used for copying copyright material, were potentially liable for contributory and vicarious infringement.
UK
11 Aug 2005
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Lambretta Crashes Out In Court Of Appeal. Has Copyright Protection Fallen Out Of Fashion?
Casualwear brand Lambretta has suffered a defeat in the Court of Appeal in a case of particular relevance to clothing designers. The judgement was delivered on 15 July 2004. Lambretta had sued Teddy Smith and Next for allegedly copying their design for a tracktop. Lambretta had not claimed originality in the entire design (the tracktop had a retro-vintage theme recalling sportswear of the 1970s and early 80's). Rather, they claimed originality in their choice and layout of the colours of the
UK
26 Oct 2004
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