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Books and other media in the public domain: Is copyright dead?

Books and other media in the public domain: Is copyright dead?

28 February 2021

As copyrighted works pass into the public domain, is there any way to revive those rights?

Taiwan’s largest camera lens supplier settles lawsuit with competitor

Taiwan’s largest camera lens supplier settles lawsuit with competitor

22 March 2021

An experienced lawyer thinks it is all because of one factor.

The checkered journey of software secrecy to patents

The checkered journey of software secrecy to patents

28 February 2021

Publishers of software and computer programs have long struggled with how to provide their creations with intellectual property protection. D.P.S. Parmar details the checkered journey of software secrecy to patents.

China: Recent revisions to the copyright law and their impact on cultural and entertainment enterprises

China: Recent revisions to the copyright law and their impact on cultural and entertainment enterpri...

28 February 2021

Minjian You explains the latest revisions to China’s copyright law, which include a significant broadening of the scope of audio-visual works protected by the law.

Vietnamese pop singer’s alleged copyright violation: a reprise of past charges

Vietnamese pop singer’s alleged copyright violation: a reprise of past charges

09 March 2021

What does it say about copyright awareness and the IP system in Vietnam?

The 2021 Asia IP Copyright Survey

The 2021 Asia IP Copyright Survey

28 February 2021

The results of the 2021 Asia IP Copyright survey are revealed. Which firms made the cut?

China: Court rules on copyright infringement involving online games and live streaming

China: Court rules on copyright infringement involving online games and live streaming

28 February 2021

How will the new matters of IP protection of online protection of online games, mobile games and e-sports affect Chinese copyright law?

The laws of augmented and virtual reality

The laws of augmented and virtual reality

28 February 2021

The worlds of augmented and virtual reality have taken great leaps forward during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Using copyright and trademarks for films and other shows

Using copyright and trademarks for films and other shows

28 February 2021

Without a proper plan to clear the use of intellectual property protected as trademarks or copyrights, filmmakers can easily run afoul of the law.

The universe of IP in space

The universe of IP in space

28 February 2021

Is it time to start taking serious steps to protecting IP rights in outer space?

IPOPHL's anti-counterfeiting, piracy measures strengthened with new rules in force

IPOPHL's anti-counterfeiting, piracy measures strengthened with new rules in force

04 March 2021

Electronic, digital or online channels have been expressly included as part of the Intellectual Property Rights Enforcement Office's scope in exercising its enforcement functions

Trademark infringement row over logo for campaign to buy New Zealand-made products

Trademark infringement row over logo for campaign to buy New Zealand-made products

02 March 2021

A white supremacist group misused the trademark on social media.

Supreme uses image of a revered Thai abbot in its latest collection without permission

Supreme uses image of a revered Thai abbot in its latest collection without permission

01 March 2021

Authorities and Buddhists are demanding the brand to stop.

“The White Tiger”: ‘Catfight’ over copyright

“The White Tiger”: ‘Catfight’ over copyright

24 February 2021

As the movie streams on Netflix, two US filmmakers say they have the adaptation rights to the novel on which the film is based.

Singapore’s proposed Copyright Bill

Singapore’s proposed Copyright Bill

22 February 2021

Part 2 of the public consultation for the Draft Bill begins today, Feb. 22

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