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Warner Bros. Asserts First Amendment Right to Hunt Copyright Pirates

The studio is facing a proposed class action lawsuit that alleges it has abused subpoenas and allowed representatives to make robocalls to cell phones demanding settlements.

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Scottish Independence: Scotland Urged to Plan for IP and Copyright Laws in Case of 'Yes' Vote

Scotland has been warned that in the event of independence it will have to "act urgently" to protect its brands from copyright infringement and counterfeiting.

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You can’t keep your selfie to yourself

Ah, the selfie showing the OOTD (ask a teenager what that means). With the wifi password locked in or with the data streaming switched on, you post that OOTD selfie for your followers to see on Instagram. Under the Copyright law of the Philippines (Part IV of the R.A. 8293, the Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines), you do.

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Copyright owners can’t sue YouTube as a group: judge

NEW YORK A U.S. judge Wednesday denied class-action status to copyright owners suing Google over the use of material posted on YouTube without their permission. U.S.

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Intellectual property law fails to cater for the internet?

Material downloaded on internet such as music and literary works is not covered by South Africa’s law on copyright, says a leading expert

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Intellectual property law fails to cater for the internet?

Material downloaded on internet such as music and literary works is not covered by South Africa’s law on copyright, says a leading expert

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2 jewelry sellers face civil charges from Sabika, Inc.

BLUEFIELD Two locally based jewelry sellers are facing civil action regarding copyright and trademark infringement, unfair competition, and violations of federal trademark law in a lawsuit brought by a popular Pennsylvania-based jewelry manufacturer.

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