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Mike Weatherly MP publishes report on copyright education

Mike Weatherly MP publishes report on copyright education

Mike Weatherley MP, the Prime Minister’s advisor on intellectual property (IP), has released a report focusing on copyright education and ...

Coral Williamson
by Coral Williamson
on Oct 10th 2014 at 2:10PM
Young Turks hits out at Hugo Boss for 'fake' xx track

Young Turks hits out at Hugo Boss for 'fake' xx track

Young Turks have hit out at fashion designer Hugo Boss for using what it calls a fake version of a ...

Rhian Jones
by Rhian Jones
on Oct 7th 2014 at 11:20AM
Personal copying exception comes into effect in UK IP law

Personal copying exception comes into effect in UK IP law

Changes to IP law that allow consumers to legally make copies of content for personal use have come into effect.

Murray Stassen
by Murray Stassen
on Oct 2nd 2014 at 3:09PM
Monster Energy

Monster hit with another Beastie Boys lawsuit

Monster Beverage Corp has found itself on the end of another Beastie Boys-related lawsuit after losing a $1.7 million copyright ...

Tom Pakinkis
by Tom Pakinkis
on Sep 26th 2014 at 11:36AM

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SiriusXM loses pre-1972 court battle in US

SiriusXM loses pre-1972 court battle in US

In a decision that could have ramifications across the US music industry, a California federal judge has deemed Flo & ...

Coral Williamson
by Coral Williamson
on Sep 24th 2014 at 2:31PM
4CHan

4Chan to implement DMCA copyright policy

US website 4Chan has pledged to implement a Digital Millennium Copyright Act policy to allow content owners to get material ...

Rhian Jones
by Rhian Jones
on Sep 8th 2014 at 9:34AM
Parliament passes 'right to parody' law

Parliament passes 'right to parody' law

The House of Lords has voted in favour of a law that will give people the right to alter copyrighted ...

Murray Stassen
by Murray Stassen
on Aug 1st 2014 at 1:43PM
US Department of Justice to consider making illegal streaming a felony

US Department of Justice to consider making illegal streaming a felony

The Department of Justice has put forward recommendations to the House Judiciary Committee to make illegal streaming a felony in ...

Coral Williamson
by Coral Williamson
on Jul 28th 2014 at 9:57AM

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5 ways Google wants to help fight piracy

5 ways Google wants to help fight piracy Gated Content

Despite being touted by rights-holders as a major facilitator for piracy, search giant Google has outlined five key steps ...

Tom Pakinkis
by Tom Pakinkis
on Jul 18th 2014 at 10:29AM
PRS for Music launches app

PRS for Music launches app

PRS for Music has launched its first mobile app, available on Android and iOS.

Coral Williamson
by Coral Williamson
on Jul 14th 2014 at 11:10AM
New private copying rules to take effect in October

New private copying rules to take effect in October

Following reviews to copyright law, new rules on the private use of personal copies, quotation and parody of copyrighted material ...

Coral Williamson
by Coral Williamson
on Jun 17th 2014 at 11:53AM
Placido Domingo

IFPI chairman Domingo: 'Protecting copyright is one of society's most important missions'

IFPI chairman and world-renowned artist Plácido Domingo urged Governments not to allow copyright to be eroded in the digital age ...

Tom Pakinkis
by Tom Pakinkis
on Jun 12th 2014 at 10:50AM

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Norway to rule on piracy site blocks

Norway to rule on piracy site blocks

Norwegian anti-piracy group Rights Alliance is set to file a case before Oslo’s District Court, aiming to force local ISPs ...

Coral Williamson
by Coral Williamson
on Jun 11th 2014 at 10:53AM
Russia copyright law amendments could block sites

Russia copyright law amendments could block sites

New copyright amendments being prepared by the ministry of communications in Russia could lead to entire websites being blocked by ...

Coral Williamson
by Coral Williamson
on May 22nd 2014 at 2:20PM
Vimeo launches new copyright ID system to combat unlicensed content

Vimeo launches new copyright ID system to combat unlicensed content

Video-sharing website Vimeo has announced a new system called Copyright Match, which is intended to prevent copyright infringement.

Coral Williamson
by Coral Williamson
on May 22nd 2014 at 2:03PM
Copyright reform: Where will the impact be felt?

Copyright reform: Where will the impact be felt?

The following is a piece by Adam Rendle, associate at international law firm Taylor Wessing LLP:

Coral Williamson
by Coral Williamson
on May 21st 2014 at 3:31PM

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David Cameron

Cameron urged to commit to UK's IP Crime Unit

The Prime Minister’s Intellectual Property Advisor Mike Weatherley MP has championed the contribution of the creative industries to the British ...

Tom Pakinkis
by Tom Pakinkis
on Apr 15th 2014 at 11:00AM
IMPALA

IMPALA calls for music sector contribution to EU copyright consultation

IMPALA has urged the music sector at large to add its voice to a European Union public consultation on copyright ...

Tom Pakinkis
by Tom Pakinkis
on Feb 4th 2014 at 10:39AM
ReDigi

'Second hand' digital market battle reignited by new ReDigi patent

ReDigi has been at loggerheads with major labels and publishers in recent years thanks to its attempts to establish a ...

Tom Pakinkis
by Tom Pakinkis
on Jan 31st 2014 at 1:22PM
Steve Winwood

Kobalt acquires Steve Winwood song rights, licenses masters for sync

Kobalt Music Copyrights SARL has acquired the worldwide publishing rights to the major catalogue of Steve Winwood.

Tom Pakinkis
by Tom Pakinkis
on Jan 8th 2014 at 10:14AM
The Beatles

The Beatles set to release rarities LP in copyright protection bid

A new Beatles LP featuring 59 rare and unheard recordings will be released this week in a bid to renew ...

Tom Pakinkis
by Tom Pakinkis
on Dec 16th 2013 at 11:01AM
BPI

Copyright thief given 18-month prison sentence

A man who was found to be in possession of one of the largest hauls of hi-tech equipment for use ...

on Dec 4th 2013 at 10:41AM
Grooveshark

PPL asks labels: 'Have you licensed to Grooveshark?'

PPL has sent out another survey to its label members for the BPI, this time asking if they have licensed ...

Tom Pakinkis
by Tom Pakinkis
on Nov 11th 2013 at 10:46AM
European Union

MEPs call for copyright review to end 'licensing nightmare'

A group of European Parliament members have called for a review of The European Copyright Directive to overhaul a "licensing ...

Tom Pakinkis
by Tom Pakinkis
on Nov 11th 2013 at 9:50AM
Copyright term for sound recordings increases from 50 to 70 years today

Copyright term for sound recordings increases from 50 to 70 years today

New rules introduced today will see recorded performers and musicians benefit from an extended length of copyright term in the ...

Tim Ingham
by Tim Ingham
on Nov 1st 2013 at 10:42AM