British IP Day: spotlight on innovation and IP

Intellectual Property Office Blog

move.ai, a UK based technology company will explain how it is seeking to democratise content creation by enabling lower cost filming of virtual reality scenes using artificial intelligence.

TIME TO CUT THE MUSIC?: TWITCH’S UNFAIR SOLUTION TO AN INEVITABLE DIGITAL MILLENIUM COPYRIGHT ACT PROBLEM

JIPL Online

i] The rather lengthy update, which takes on an immediately apologetic tone, serves as the platform’s first official communication to content creators for actions taken by Twitch over the previous months that resulted in large swathes of user-generated archived content being deleted for alleged copyright infringement, often based on incidental background use of licensed music. [ii] million users who collectively watched almost 1 trillion minutes of content on the platform. [xi].

Music 50

IP Report 2021

LexBlog IP

Although copyright is an unregistered form of IP, the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in increased consumption of copyright work producing industries, being online, audio and screen content.