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IP News June 2016

Welcome to the June edition of IP News This Month. Here’s your 5-minute guide to the latest goings-on in IP, culled from news reports around the world.  Thanks for reading! – Jeff Top 3 Stories Tay-tay vs the DMCA: Swift, other A-list musicians launch attack on YouTube, urge Congress to rewrite safe harbor laws for tougher copyright liability […] Read more

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IP News May 2016

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IP News April 2016

Welcome back to IP News This Month! I’m delighted to say the CIPP’s website got a long-awaited facelift – and so has your venerable newsletter. I’ll be adding pretty features in coming months, but in the meantime here’s your reliable round-up of all things IP, culled from news reports around the world. Thanks for reading – Jeff […] Read more

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IP News February 2016

Top 3 Stories Law professors vs Harvard Law Review: profs are proffering a public domain alternative to the futsy system of citation known as the Bluebook, but a copyright claim means the project is in jeopardy More » Apple and Samsung’s global patent battle may end with a whimper. The Federal Circuit threw out a $119 million […] Read more

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IP News January 2016

Here’s the first 2016 edition of CIPP’s IP News This Month, your guide to the most important news and trends in intellectual property culled from news reports around the world. Top 3 Stories Netflix tells viewers to chill on VPN use: streaming service announces crackdown on proxy services that let users circumvent copyright geo-restrictions. More » Family […] Read more

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IP News October 2015

Top 3 Stories The CIPP’s very own Prof Lametti is now a Member of Parliament! Canadians can expect him to use his formidable copyright chops to address issues like term limits and fair dealing, and help the new government shape a digital agenda More » Wikileaks released a final draft of the TPP treaty, and not everyone […] Read more

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IP News July 2015

Welcome to CIPP’s IP News This Month, your guide to the most important news and trends in intellectual property culled from news reports around the world. Top 3 Stories The IP issue that could sink the TPP treaty is… cheese. EU demands over geographic indicators have led US lawmakers to wave wheels of gouda, and […] Read more