Sat.Jul 02, 2022

Good Faith Doctrine and NFTs – How a Bored Ape NFT Dilemma May Present Unique Copyright and Contract Issues

IP Watchdog

Can something called a “Bored Ape” be embodied in a non-fungible token (NFT) and be associated with smart contracts? How could this present unique and challenging issues regarding copyright law?

UK Govt. Prepares to Dissolve Anti-Piracy Group & Seize Its Assets


Most higher-tier anti-piracy groups are interested in taking down illegal sites, services and other commercial-scale pirates. Many of their targets are given multiple warnings before anything terrible happens because ending their piracy is the main goal.


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Urban Smear

Likelihood of Confusion

We’ve blogged on graffiti before. Wordsmith to the stars Jane Genova reports on a little commercial free speech applied a bit too freely — as in, on other people’s walls: The post Urban Smear appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. Brand Management and Branding Free Expression

Italian Supreme Court considers search engines hosting providers and finds them potentially eligible for the application of the hosting safe harbour

The IPKat

In 2000, the EU legislature adopted the landmark Ecommerce Directive , which provides – at certain conditions – for limitations of liability of certain information society service providers (ISSPs) as potentially arising out of illegal activities committed by users of their services.

IPO Diversity in Innovation Toolkit

Women and diverse employees have the technical skill and knowledge, yet their contributions are not patented at the same rate as those of their male counterparts.This toolkit can help organizations move the needle on achieving gender parity in innovation.

Covid-19 has exposed the limits of compulsory licensing

IAM Magazine

The pandemic has brought the difficulties of bypassing life sciences IP into plain view

IP 52