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Lewis Silkin | United Kingdom | 23 Jun 2017

All hands on deck as creative industries and search engines tackle online piracy (Brands & IP Newsnotes - issue 5)

The UK Government, through the UKIPO, Ofcom and DMCS, has helped broker an agreement between Google, Bing, the BPI and Motion Picture Association over

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Bird & Bird LLP | European Union | 6 Apr 2017

Copyright: communication to the public

The Advocate General (AG) has opined that peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing search engine operators communicate copyright works to the public if they

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Charles Russell Speechlys LLP | United Kingdom | 5 Apr 2017

Are steps being taken to make pirated content less accessible?

Two recent decisions - one made by the Intellectual Property Office and the other by the High Court - suggest that access to pirated content for

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Bristows | European Union | 20 Jul 2016

Stuck in the middle: Liability in the TMT sector for online IP infringements

Since the dawn of the internet age, holders of IP rights have battled with unscrupulous third parties wishing to use the opportunities afforded by

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Morrison & Foerster LLP | European Union | 6 Jul 2016

Europe’s Right to Be Forgotten Spreads to Asia

In May 2014, in a decision attracting worldwide attention, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) held that a European individual’s privacy rights

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Wanhuida Peksung IP Group | China | 26 May 2016

Beijing High Court Releases New Guidelines for the Adjudication of Network-related IP Cases

On April 13, 2016, the Beijing High People’s Court released the “Guidelines for Adjudication of Network-related IP Cases” (the “Guidelines”) in a bid

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Nomos | France | 12 May 2016

Paris Court of Appeal confirms blocking order against internet service and search engine providers

On March 15 2016 the Paris Court of Appeal issued an interesting ruling in the fight against online piracy and websites that infringe copyright and

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Tilleke & Gibbins | Thailand | 24 Jul 2015

Rights management information protection in Thailand

The Internet has made access to a plethora of content readily available across the world. Search engines, such as Google, Bing, Yahoo, and AOL, have

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VILAU | ASSOCIATES | Romania | 1 May 2015

Romania: staying one step ahead

The phenomenal growth of the Internet and e-commerce has been a major boost for businesses worldwide. It will not be long before the Internet becomes

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Dorsey & Whitney LLP | USA, Spain, European Union | 22 May 2014

The right to be forgotten what does it really mean?

In a decision with far-reaching consequences, the European Court of Justice (located in Luxembourg) ("ECJ") ruled on May 13, 2014, that E.U. Citizens

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