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  • Richemont wins blocking order against ISPs

    The High Court in London will grant orders requiring the UK’s biggest internet service providers to block six websites selling counterfeit Richemont products, in what one lawyer has describe as a “game changing” decision

  • How to encourage privacy compliance

    Information about people is essential for modern businesses. Eduardo Ustaran explains why it should be treated as an asset and discusses the value of privacy compliance

  • The seven reasons why the UK needs a new Copyright Act

    Mr Justice Arnold, the senior IP judge in the High Court, has called for a committee to be set up to fundamentally review UK copyright law

  • Indonesia’s new copyright law puts landlords on alert

    Rights holders will likely be pleased with many of the changes in Indonesia’s new copyright law, which will improve the country’s enforcement regime

  • Social media revealed as the new counterfeiting frontline

    Sales of counterfeit goods via social media rose 15% in 2013-14, while sales via online auction sites rose 2%, according to the IP Crime Report, published by the UK’s IP Crime Group

  • WIPO announces proposed appointments

    The office of WIPO director general Francis Gurry has released a list of proposed appointments for deputy directors general and assistant directors general

  • Building an authentic brand

    Min-Liang Tan, co-founder and CEO of computer gaming device maker Razer, speaks to Managing IP about how his company takes an organic approach to brand building, his company’s IP strategy and what he looks for in lawyers. Hint: no pushovers

  • Libraries can digitise books, says CJEU

    EU member states may grant public libraries the right to digitise books from their collections “if such act of reproduction is necessary for the purpose of making those works available to users”, the Court of Justice of the EU has ruled


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