The Copyright Consultation of the EU received 11,117 replies in the course of 2 months! I believe that the outstanding efforts of the Copywrongs team, an impromptu organized chaos which made a decision on the whim to just do it and make it easy for the general public to answer about copyright, was one of the reasons why the EU got so many replies! Super proud of having influenced EU policy and allowed thousands to do so as well!
As 3D printing expands, consumers will increasingly print 3D objects protected by existing copyright and trademark. This article analyzes potential copyright and trademark issues for users and growing 3D printing companies, including potential risks of direct and secondary copyright and trademark infringement claims.
A shopper who purchased a dress from London-based fast fashion retailer Primark this past week was shocked when she discovered a hand stitched label sewn inside the garment reading: “Forced to work exhausting hours.
TorrentFreak UK ISPs and Copyright Holders Praise New Piracy Warning System TorrentFreak Earlier this year news broke that UK ISPs are set to team up with copyright holders to notify subscribers found sharing pirated material.
Improved public procurement of design, zero tolerance of IP infringement and the creation of a new ‘Designed in the European Union’ label are among the recommendations in a new Europe-wide report on design policy.
Following a year-long workshop and consultation process, which included a co-design workshop with design end-users, the recommendations have now been launched.
They include: the creation of a ‘Designed in the European Union’ label, in connection with the European ECOLABEL, to improve protection and promotion of European design, introducing a more sophisticated approach to public procurement, using design, and establishing a European IP ‘court’ to enforce zero tolerance of improvement.
The report also calls for a standard NACE industrial code for design to be rolled out across Europe, and a pan-European design leadership programme to be set up to ensure European companies are led by ‘design-aware’ chief executives.
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