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Indonesia’s IP office partners with FBI to address counterfeiting, creates new IP Task Force

Indonesia’s IP office partners with FBI to address counterfeiting, creates new IP Task Force

19 October 2021

In September 2021, Indonesia’s Directorate General of Intellectual Property (DGIP) launched an IP Task Force to strengthen IP protection and enforcement in the country.

Australia declares support for TRIPS waiver for Covid-19 vaccines

Australia declares support for TRIPS waiver for Covid-19 vaccines

05 October 2021

Trade Minister Dan Tehan confirmed this development to journalists in September 2021.

Complaints from India prompt Google to remove highest no. of content, mostly for copyright issues

Complaints from India prompt Google to remove highest no. of content, mostly for copyright issues

21 September 2021

In its monthly transparency report last month, Google stated it took down an all-time high of 95,680 pieces of content in response to 36,934 complaints from users in India last July.

Korean Intellectual Property Office sets up special judicial police for technology issues

Korean Intellectual Property Office sets up special judicial police for technology issues

21 September 2021

While this Techno Squad is brand new, the SJP in other areas are not and have actually been going on for over a decade.

Protecting artificial intelligence-driven inventions

Protecting artificial intelligence-driven inventions

16 August 2021

Although artificial intelligence dates back to the 1950s, nowadays it has become more popular in our day-to-day life through its use in transport, banking, social networking, automobiles, healthcare, personal devices, telecommunication, computing, et...

China Threatens To Ban eCommerce Sites for IP Violations

China Threatens To Ban eCommerce Sites for IP Violations

16 September 2021

Malaysia’s IP Experts

Malaysia’s IP Experts

31 August 2021

Asia IP reveals the top 50 IP Experts in Malaysia!

Trademark protection and brand value in China

Trademark protection and brand value in China

31 August 2021

Trademark protection extends far beyond legal protection. Robert Chan explains how China’s current trademark system is being improved with an eye towards helping companies upgrade their brands and better protect their trademarks.

Damages awarded in IP cases continues to rise in China

Damages awarded in IP cases continues to rise in China

31 August 2021

Damage awards have skyrocketed in China in recent years, thanks to new legislation and changing court practices. Johnny Chan delves into the methods applied in damage calculation, advice on court selection and the evidence collection tips.

China’s e-commerce law amendments can shut Alibaba, Taobao, Tmall, JD, etc if they flout IP rules

China’s e-commerce law amendments can shut Alibaba, Taobao, Tmall, JD, etc if they flout IP rules

10 September 2021

Two local experts dissect the deal in detail.

Mandopop star Leehom Wang asks fans to stop buying the pirated version of his online singing class

Mandopop star Leehom Wang asks fans to stop buying the pirated version of his online singing class

06 September 2021

Experts in China share the status of this case and the endeavours taken by the local video-sharing websites to curb piracy.

Hong Kong Customs combats counterfeiting activities involving goods bound for the United States

Hong Kong Customs combats counterfeiting activities involving goods bound for the United States

30 August 2021

A Chinese and an American expert comment on the enforcement endeavours of their jurisdictions.

Whang-Od, Nas Daily, and Sharing Cultural Knowledge Through ELearning

Whang-Od, Nas Daily, and Sharing Cultural Knowledge Through ELearning

18 August 2021

According to Arjel P. de Guzman, Founding Director, OPTMARKS, traditional knowledge and traditional cultural expressions are, in their own right, so much different from the usual subject of intellectual property law.

Moment marketing and PV Sindhu’s Olympic moment

Moment marketing and PV Sindhu’s Olympic moment

13 August 2021

Badminton player Pusarla Venkata Sindhu or PV Sindhu of India has been making sports headlines in her country, having won medals in major international tournaments including the World Championships and the Olympic Games.

Digital Security Firm: Government Institutions Are Among the Targets of an Advanced Persistent Threat Campaign

Digital Security Firm: Government Institutions Are Among the Targets of an Advanced Persistent Threa...

12 August 2021

The Philippines is being targeted by the LuminousMoth advanced persistent threat (APT) campaign, which is ascribed to the Chinese-speaking threat organization HoneyMyte.

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