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Radiohead Release Unheard Material to Spite Hackers
Jun 13, 2019
Radiohead are an English rock band formed in 1985. The band rose to international fame through the release of 'OK computer' in 1997. 'OK Computer' is often acclaimed as one of the ...
The Ongoing Fight Against TV Piracy
Jun 12, 2019
IPTV is Internet Protocol Television. It is a technology that delivers streaming content over internet protocol networks and is a step away from using traditional television techn...
Joshua vs. Ruiz Attracts 13 Million Illegal Streams
Jun 7, 2019
Anthony Joshua's defeat last weekend by Andy Ruiz Jr has been dubbed as one of the greatest shocks in modern sport. The heavyweight boxing match, which took place at New York's wor...
Marvel Accused of Infringing Ghanaian Copyright Laws
Jun 6, 2019
Traditional Cultural Expression ("TCE") and Traditional Knowledge ("TK") within IP are each causing a wave of uncertainty within the movie sector. TCE, also known as 'expressions o...
Joke theft… it's no laughing matter
May 24, 2019
Its not very often you hear of copyright lawsuits involving the theft of jokes, but American television host and comedian, Conan O'Brien, has been accused of exactly that. O'Brien...
Is infrared the answer to low-tech cinema piracy?
May 20, 2019
We have previously reported on low-tech cinema piracy (sometimes known as 'camming') where a pirate simply records what he or she sees and hears in a cinema and uploads the resulti...
Copyright and the Wolf of Wolverhampton
May 13, 2019
Premier League football club Wolverhampton Wanderers is facing allegations copyright infringement from Peter Davies, who claims he drew the head of the wolf used on the player's sh...
Instagram is the "top showcase platform for counterfeiters"
May 7, 2019
Ghost Data, the data analysis and AI analytics firm, last month released a report entitled "Instagram and counterfeiting in 2019: new features, old problems". You can read the enti...
PIPCU introduces new scheme to help victims of counterfeiting
Apr 30, 2019
On World Intellectual Property Day (26 April 2019), the City of London's Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit ("PIPCU") announced its new operation aimed to help victims of coun...
Avengers: A Tale of Piracy
Apr 25, 2019
Another digital piracy story today, this time underpinned by a rather strange commercial decision taken by the rights holder Marvel. Marvel took the decision to release Avengers: E...
Game of Thrones pirates might be the most efficient in the world
Apr 24, 2019
Game of Thrones has been a worldwide phenomenon and reaches millions of people across the world. It has also been a prime target for digital pirates both in distributing copies il...
This counterfeit piggy went to market…
Apr 23, 2019
Entertainment One ("eOne"), the Canadian company that creates and owns the precocious but tedious Peppa Pig (and her family and friends) have been hard at work suing a plethora of ...
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