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Intellectual Property Rights in Europe
[November 20, 2012 – 03:11 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights in Europe

The European Commission has recently published its annual report on EU customs enforcement of intellectual property rights. This report reveals important information on the nature and evolution of intellectual property rights in Europe. Overall, the number of customs seizures has increased 15% compared to 2010, partially due to the growth of e-commerce market, to reach a total of 115 million individual articles, whose equivalent genuine product value is estimated to be over 1.2 billion euros. Medicines are among the most counterfeited articles (24%), followed by packaging materials…

Intellectual Property Rights in Ethiopia
[February 7, 2013 – 01:39 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights in Ethiopia

The Ethiopian Intellectual Property Office is to launch the process to re-register trademarks in the coming month it announced. The proclamation that authorizes the office to take this step was endorsed seven years ago. The Ethiopian Intellectual Property Office issued 1500 separate patents and creative rights ownership certificates in the last fiscal year. The office granted certificates after careful evaluation and all due consideration to ensure the originality of the creation both at home and internationally said Awkoke Shiferaw, Head of Communication Service with the office.

Intellectual Property rights in Ethics
[February 14, 2013 – 02:53 pm]
Intellectual Property rights in Ethics

From Blanca. “Today I had the opportunity to explore the “Data protection, rights and access” unit of MANTRA. This is a quite new unit which offers plenty of relevant and essential concepts. Firstly, it discusses the concept of ethics and how ethical requirements need to be taken into consideration with planning a RDM. Ethics, is a serious issue, specially when it involves people. Most of the examples and RDM strategies discussed over the unit concern data about people. Essential concepts this unit focusses on are privacy , consent and confidentiality . The first step towards…

Intellectual Property rights in England
[December 12, 2012 – 09:10 am]
Intellectual Property rights in England

When we think of intellectual property rights in England and Wales we generally conjure up images of corporate titans either hurling legal thunderbolts at each other like Apple and Samsung, or of corporate titans gleefully crushing pitiable citizens underfoot like the BPI versus … well, everybody, apparently. Prior to very recently there was no track available for individual or small-business intellectual property owners to pursue rights violation cases. With the Digital Economy Act still slumbering, any rights violations had to be pursued through the courts, requiring specialist…

Intellectual property Rights in Employment Contract
[February 19, 2013 – 07:25 am]
Intellectual property Rights in Employment Contract

Dear Friends, I am writing to share information about CEHURD’s 2013 intellectual  property and human rights reporting fellowships.  The fellowship is a one-year mentoring and capacity-building program for Ugandan journalists to report on issues of intellectual property and  human rights. The CEHURD IP and Human Rights Media Fellowship Program aims to enhance  the capacity of journalists in the mainstream media to appreciate the  links between IP protection and social welfare, and the implications of the on going developments in the protection of IP rights at the different levels…

Intellectual Property Rights in Egypt
[February 13, 2013 – 11:45 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights in Egypt

Gambling, intellectual property rights and inflexible labour markets – all horrendous drags upon the dynamism of the economy. Western economies have grown flabby, lazy and there are too many hangers on. They talk a good talk, but the notion of free, fair and flexible markets is really a myth. Gambling in all its forms is particularly pernicious. The derivatives market which is not the real market for FX, equities, bonds and so on, but rather a market which is based on movements in the above, is little different from mainstream gambling markets, which are not markets in the ownership…

Intellectual Property rights in Education
[February 5, 2013 – 12:05 pm]
Intellectual Property rights in Education

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 in E-Commerce
[February 18, 2013 – 07:37 pm]
Intellectual Property rights in E-Commerce

Mary Bono Mack, RCP On President’s Day, we pause to remember and celebrate all those who have led our great nation through the years. But originally, the day was simply called “George Washington’s Birthday, ” and honored our first President and Founding Father. On this occasion, it is worthwhile for Americans to pause to reflect on Washington and our other Founders.George Washington concluded his two terms as our Nation’s first president on March 4th, 1797. It is safe to say that when they fought for independence…

Intellectual Property Rights in China
[February 3, 2013 – 12:39 am]
Intellectual Property Rights in China

Book: Intellectual Property Rights in China: Politics of Piracy, Trade and Protection Date added: 25.07.2012   Author: Gordon C.K Cheung   ISBN: 9780203006818    Fоrmаts: pdf, text, audio, epub, ipad, ebook, android    Sіzе: 5.76 MB This book uses the case of intellectual property rights in China to examine how and to what extent market forces and knowledge development affect the relationship between China and the rest of the.    . . . . . . . . . . Intellectual Property: Piracy - Caslon. Niedrige Preise, Riesen-Auswahl und kostenlose Lieferung ab nur € 20 At National Review…

Intellectual Property Rights in Brazil
[February 14, 2013 – 01:58 pm]
Intellectual Property Rights in Brazil

Wed Feb 13, 2013 - Brazil’s copyright regulator on Wednesday stripped Apple Inc of the right to use its iPhone trademark in that country, the Wall Street Journal reported on its website on Wednesday. The agency that oversees patents in Brazil said Gradiente Electronica SA, a Brazilian consumer electronics maker, already owned the rights to the iPhone name, according to the report. Apple will be able to challenge the ruling in the Brazilian courts. Earlier this month, sources told Reuters that the regulator, the Brazilian Institute of Intellectual Property, was likely to make…

Intellectual property rights explanation
[February 16, 2013 – 02:38 pm]
Intellectual property rights explanation

After government enacted copyright issues into a law under the Copyright Act in 1989, the country had to wait for three more years before what the law said at the time which was to have The Copyright Society of Malawi (Cosoma) as a statutory body; it was indeed established in 1992 to implement some of what the act stipulated. ts clear-cut role means it had dual responsibility as a copy rights watchdog for its seven rights holder association members, as well as advisor to the Government to ensure that Malawi fulfils its international obligations on copyrights and related rights…

Intellectual property Rights Disclaimer
[February 13, 2013 – 10:09 pm]
Intellectual property Rights Disclaimer

The following is a reprint from the EU research and development network, Cordis, summarising recent activity on the EU Digital Agenda. The Digital Agenda for Europe and its 101 actions form a vital part of the overall Europe 2020 strategy for securing smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. The actions are organised in seven pillars, or containers : digital single market, interoperability and standards, trust and security, fast and ultra-fast internet access, research and innovation, digital literacy, skills and inclusion, and ICT-enabled benefits for EU society. In the previous…

Intellectual property Rights definition UK
[February 19, 2013 – 11:26 am]
Intellectual property Rights definition UK

[1] Under intellectual property law, owners are granted certain. "intellectual monopoly" as a more appropriate and clear definition of the concept.

Intellectual property rights definition legal
[January 12, 2013 – 10:45 am]
Intellectual property rights definition legal

  Intellectual Property Rights Has Got Tremendous Importance In The Economy Of The State. In last few decades the intellectual property rights has got tremendous importance in the economy of the state. Intellectual property has become important aspect for every business organisation. Science and technology has taken different shape in this 21st century. One invention or intellectual property is capable of making one entire industry. For example, invention of mobile phone has lead to formation of number of industries associated with it. Such inventions not only establish industries…