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MPE's advocate adjusting EU rules to combat breaches of intellectual property rights in the online environment.
The judge ruled that the terms of license agreement restricting the "second hand" sale of software cannot prevail over the mandatory provisions...
Offering for sale to the public of the copyrighted works falls under distribution right as envisioned by Article 4 of the...
The reports mark a slight increase in revenues from recorded music for the first time in 13 years with streaming riding the...
The Regional Court of Cologne handed down an injunction banning a ghost writer from including direct quotes attributed to Helmut Kohl.
UK court applies national copyright law in international legal dispute on the grounds that a website "targets" the UK.
The US District Court held that construing Twitter's TOS to provide an unrestrained, third-party license to remove content from and commercially license...
The GNOME Foundation is set to fight Groupon's trademark applications for iPad-based checkout platform called Gnome.
Microsoft's new CEO is busy making changes to the software giant's culture and products.
The domain owners in US are fighting legal battles to get their names back.
Canada’s new anti-spam law is intended to protect Canadians while ensuring that businesses can continue to compete in the global marketplace.
Five of the world’s top 10 most valuable brands in the 2013 ranking by Interbrand are classified as in the technology sector.