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Intellectual property Theft penalty
[January 22, 2013 – 03:19 pm]
Intellectual property Theft penalty

Internet theft has been on the rise over the last decade. As technology continues to grow, many criminals have developed a cottage industry of very lucrative cyber crimes. The illegal use, streaming and downloading of any web content, including personal information continues to be at the forefront of state and federal law legislation. Types of Internet Theft There is a very wide variety of information that could be subject to theft over the web, including email addresses, names, social security numbers, addresses, telephone numbers, credit card and bank account information…

Intellectual Property Rights USA
[February 1, 2013 – 02:27 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights USA

BBC: The US has warned Antigua and Barbuda not to proceed with a plan to run a legal “piracy” site. It follows a World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling that the islands have the right to suspend US intellectual property rights. The permission was granted as a result of the US barring its citizens from using gambling sites based in the Caribbean nation. Antigua’s government says its goal remains a negotiated settlement. However, its high commissioner in London added that the country reserved the right to carry out its threat. ”The highest trade body in the world, having reviewed…

Intellectual Property Rights University
[February 17, 2013 – 11:57 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights University

Free public seminar presented by the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia (IPRIA) in association with Melbourne Law School. Keynote Speaker: The Rt Hon. Sir Robin Jacob.  Hugh Laddie Professor of Intellectual Property Law and Director of the Institute of Brand and Innovation Law, University College London Comment by: The Hon. Justice John Middleton.  Judge of the Federal Court of Australia Introduced by: The Hon. Justice Susan Crennan AC.  Justice of the High Court of Australia Unlike other successful initiative to create unitary intellectual property rights…

Intellectual Property Rights United States
[November 23, 2012 – 02:14 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights United States

Intellectual Property Rights in South Korea EditSouth Korea has an outlook similar to the United States in regards to intellectual property rights. In fact, Korea ranks fourth in the world for number of patent applications. Like the United States, South Korea protects intellectual property through tools such as patents, trademarks, and copyrights. Also similar is their culture’s apparent lack of respect for certain aspects of the rights that these tools give to the creator of the intellectual property.The Korean Industrial Property Office, which is the central government agency…

Intellectual property Rights United Nations
[February 5, 2013 – 12:05 pm]
Intellectual property Rights United Nations

The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous People, James Anaya, was invited to speak at the opening of the World Intellectual Property Committee on Intellectual Property and Genetic Resources, Traditional Knowledge and Folklore (IGC) yesterday. Along with other indigenous peoples representatives, he called for more participation of indigenous peoples in the process and a focus on the protection of their traditional knowledge, while WIPO raised alarm on the almost thorough depletion of the voluntary fund allowing the participation of indigenous peoples…

Intellectual property Rights under Service tax
[February 17, 2013 – 09:30 pm]
Intellectual property Rights under Service tax

By Marc Chandler: I There was something important coming from the G20 meeting, but it is not the currency wars that have captured so many imaginations in the media and blogosphere. It was about corporate taxes, but before turning to it, let s try to put the currency statement in perspective. As many recognize, the currency market is prone to being used to pursue beggar-thy-neighbor policies of competitive devaluations. The danger is that it leads to trade wars and then shooting wars. The rules of engagement, as they have evolved over the last quarter of a century or so, are…

Intellectual property Rights Protection Index
[February 17, 2013 – 11:57 pm]
Intellectual property Rights Protection Index

Free public seminar presented by the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia (IPRIA) in association with Melbourne Law School. Keynote Speaker: The Rt Hon. Sir Robin Jacob.  Hugh Laddie Professor of Intellectual Property Law and Director of the Institute of Brand and Innovation Law, University College London Comment by: The Hon. Justice John Middleton.  Judge of the Federal Court of Australia Introduced by: The Hon. Justice Susan Crennan AC.  Justice of the High Court of Australia Unlike other successful initiative to create unitary intellectual property rights…

Intellectual Property Rights Protection in India
[February 19, 2013 – 11:27 am]
Intellectual Property Rights Protection in India

Also, protection is granted to related or neighbouring rights like the rights of performers (eg. It lays down minimum standards for protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights in member countries which are required to promote effective. India provides protection to Intellectual Property Rights in accordance with its obligations under the TRIPS Agreement of the WTO.

Intellectual Property Rights Protection in China
[February 19, 2013 – 11:26 am]
Intellectual Property Rights Protection in China

This article is about intellectual property in mainland China. Intellectual property rights (IPRs) have been acknowledged and protected in the People's. Protecting Intellectual Property Rights In China. Comment Now · Follow Comments. Workers perform final testing and QA before sending drives off to customers. China: Intellectual Property Rights Protection In China: Trends In Litigation And Economic Damages - Part 1 of 2. 17 February 2009. China's customs honored for achievements in IPR The theoretical research bases for IPR judicial Protection of Intellectual…

Intellectual property Rights Pros and cons
[February 18, 2013 – 10:34 am]
Intellectual property Rights Pros and cons

Legal Basics for Creative Professionals Instructor: Samuel Seow Thursday 21 February 2013, 7.30pm – 9pm The Substation Classroom 2 Admission: Free, please register by contacting Mish’aal at 6337 7800 / boxoffice@substation.org A simple introductory course to navigating the ins and outs of the legal issues regularly faced by all creative professionals. Introduction to Intellectual Property Rights This session will introduce participants to the fundamental concepts of intellectual property rights, focussing in particular on copyright and trade marks. Participants will be given…

Intellectual Property Rights Problems
[February 19, 2013 – 11:27 am]
Intellectual Property Rights Problems

The Problem with Intellectual Property Rights: Subject Matter Expansion. Andrew Beckerman-Rodau. Suffolk University Law School September 10, 2010. The age of digital media has dramatically changed intellectual property rights (IPR). In an effort to promote informed discussion of the intellectual property issues involved in these fields, WIPO regularly produces various explanatory.

Intellectual Property Rights PPT Scribd
[June 14, 2012 – 03:49 am]
Intellectual Property Rights PPT Scribd

I woke up way to early this morning.  Normally 7:30 is the earliest time I entertain waking up, but I had to be at the University of Auckland’s commerce school at 7:30 for breakfast.  I didn’t realise breakfast was included so I had some myself beforehand, silly me, the Excel Cafe does a mean Eggs Bene.  The reason I was bothering to get out of bed was a talk by the New Zealand Information Security Forum.  It’s a small forum, but the members are pretty serious individuals, Judges, Law Profs, Techies, the kind that report to govt on policy.  Honestly, turning up in my black skivvie…

Intellectual Property Rights PPT India
[February 17, 2013 – 12:15 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights PPT India

Do Online Learners Need a Bill of Rights? “There are those who think you do. A Bill of Rights and Principles for Learning in the Digital Age was developed last month by a small group of people who “believe that online learning represents a powerful and potentially awe-inspiring opportunity to make new forms of learning available to all students worldwide, whether young or old, learning for credit, self-improvement, employment, or just pleasure.” One of the early complaints of this initiative has been that the bill is proposed and written by educators, higher education administrators…

Intellectual Property Rights Policy
[February 5, 2013 – 11:38 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights Policy

The launch of a study co-edited by the World Trade Organization, World Health Organization, and World Intellectual Property Organization on the intersection between public health, intellectual property and trade drew a full attendance from a wide array of stakeholders on 5 February. Related Articles: Book Offers Timely Insights On IP, Drugs And Public Health In Developing Countries IP-Watch Looks At The Year Ahead In International IP Policy Public Health In 2012: A Busy Crossroads Of Partnership, Innovation, And Trade