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Brexit: what is the UK's negotiating position on copyright?
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At the end of May 2020, the UK published the draft terms of its Free Trade Agreement with the EU. It contained few surprises. However in the area of copyright, there can be found some...

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Mexico’s government publishes new intellectual property laws
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Mexico´s government published three important decrees that comprehensively reform and modernizethe country'sintellectual property (IP) landscape. These reforms aim to...

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Mexico: New Federal Law for Protection of Industrial Property & amended Federal Copyright Law & Criminal Code

On30 Junethe House of Representatives voted and approved 3 decrees whereby (1) Anew Federal Law for the Protection of Industrial Property is enacted, (2) Federal Copyright ...

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Amsterdam Court of Appeal keeps Pirates at Bay
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On 2 June 2020, the Amsterdam Court of Appeal ruled that a dynamic blocking order for internet service providers Ziggo and XS4all of torrent site The Pirate Bay adequately balances...

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New draft law on blocking of mobile applications with IP infringing content passed by Russian Parliament

On June 2, 2020 the Federation Council of Russia, the upper house of Russian Parliament, approved a bill proposing amendments to the Law on Information, Information Security and Information ...

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German Federal Court of Justice on "Metall auf Metall": the endless sampling story continues
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For more than two decades, the "Metall auf Metall" (metal on metal) case has occupied German and European courts. This was already the fourth time that the German Federal Court of ...

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German Federal Supreme Court bolsters 'reporting on current events' copyright exception in linked manuscript case
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On April 30, the German Federal Supreme Court (GFSC) ruled that the media coverage by Spiegel Online (reporting on a book manuscript published without authorisation by the author) was...

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German Federal Court of Justice bolsters 'reporting on current events' copyright exception in linked manuscript case
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On April 30, the German FederalCourt of Justice(GFCJ) ruled that the media coverage by Spiegel Online (reporting on a book manuscript published without authorisation by the...

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