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Keeping up to date with everything in the Intellectual Property world; here is a selection of hot topics, varied opinions and variegated debates regarding IP. For help on what to do with your IP, visit us at www.inngot.com
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Intellectual Property Guide - IP made simple

Intellectual Property Guide - IP made simple | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it

IP stands for Intellectual Property. It’s the term used to describe things your business owns that can’t be physically measured. In most cases, you will have created them ‘in-house’, using know-how, effort and time (otherwise known as blood, sweat and tears). Some types of IP have special protection in law, but all IP adds value to your business. If you offer anything distinctive, you will undoubtedly own IP of some sort.

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Baroness Lucy Neville-Rolfe appointed as intellectual property minister

Baroness Lucy Neville-Rolfe appointed as intellectual property minister | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it
Baroness Lucy Neville-Rolfe appointed as intellectual property minister. From PR Week
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Intellectual Property Office - The FIFA World Cup™: how free IP created valuable IP

Intellectual Property Office - The FIFA World Cup™: how free IP created valuable IP | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it
The FIFA World Cup™: is the biggest single-event sporting competition in the world. 208 national teams take part in the global competition, whittling themselves down to an elite group of 32 who play together in a tournament for the honour of being world champions.
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Tesla to open up car patents

Tesla to open up car patents | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it
Electric car maker Tesla confirms it will open up its patents for others to use "in good faith" to speed up electric car development and adoption.
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If Google can get rid of personal data, why can't it purge the pirates?

If Google can get rid of personal data, why can't it purge the pirates? | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it
Critics say that if search engine knows of illegal activity, it shouldn't help to send business its way. By Mark Sweney
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Beastie vs Monster: The Beastie Boys Sue Monster Energy Co for Copyright Infringement

Beastie vs Monster: The Beastie Boys Sue Monster Energy Co for Copyright Infringement | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it
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The Beastie Boys Sue Monster Energy Co for Copyright Infringement
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American music group the Beastie Boys have sued Monster Energy Drink for copyright infringement.
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What the rise and rise of the listicle means for intellectual property

What the rise and rise of the listicle means for intellectual property | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it
Wayne Beynon explores the IP issues associated with the growth of Buzzfeed style listicles
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Led Zeppelin face copyright fight

Led Zeppelin face copyright fight | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it
A legal dispute faces Led Zeppelin over the song Stairway to Heaven, widely seen as one of the greatest rock compositions of all time.
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Banking on IP: An active response

Banking on IP: An active response | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it

Getting the formula right between IP and banking. Inngot’s CEO and co-author of Banking on IP, Martin Brassell, provides an active response for Exploits: Journal of the institute of international licensing practitioners.

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Quentin Tarantino withdraws lawsuit over The Hateful Eight script

Quentin Tarantino withdraws lawsuit over The Hateful Eight script | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it
Film-maker retracts suit after claiming media company Gawker 'crossed the journalistic' line by linking to a leaked screenplay of his new western
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Sparked by the decision of a US judge last month to throw out the copyright suit for contributory infringement – a form of secondary liability – the Oscar-winning film-maker said he was retracting his own motion "without prejudice", which gives him the right to refile the suit at a later date...

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The latest edition of IP Connect from the IPO

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Is 3D printing facing its Napster moment?

Is 3D printing facing its Napster moment? | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it
3D printing poses an interesting option for retailers wanting to get ahead in the market, but there are legal lessons to be learned from the music industry
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Hopes Dampened For Copyright Exceptions For Libraries/Archives At WIPO

Hopes Dampened For Copyright Exceptions For Libraries/Archives At WIPO | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it
Hopes Dampened For Copyright Exceptions For Libraries/Archives At WIPO
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TPMs are technologies used to control access to copyrighted content and prevent unauthorised users from copying it.
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Police placing ads on piracy sites

Police placing ads on piracy sites | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it
The City of London police has started placing banner advertisements on websites believed to be offering pirated content illegally.
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Intellectual Property Office - What happened to black football boots?

Intellectual Property Office - What happened to black football boots? | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it
In today's football leagues up and down the country, spotting a player sporting a pair of black football boots, can be as rare as England actually winning a tournament.
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A trademark fight over the word 'Mormon'

A trademark fight over the word 'Mormon' | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it
The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints is attempting to keep a dating site from using "Mormon" in its name. Can a religion be a trademark?
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Beastie Boys win $1.7m copyright case

Beastie Boys win $1.7m copyright case | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it
Rap group The Beastie Boys win a $1.7m copyright ruling after their music was used in an advert for a fizzy drink.
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Intellectual property is putting circular economy in jeopardy

Intellectual property is putting circular economy in jeopardy | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it
Manufacturers like BMW, Apple and Nikon could accomplish far more if they worked with independent businesses, instead of against them
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The big steal: rise of the plagiarist in the digital age

The big steal: rise of the plagiarist in the digital age | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it
Thanks to the internet, it has never been easier to steal other people's work. There's also a high risk you'll be found out. So why do it? Rhodri Marsden goes in search of a little originality
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To Kill a Mockingbird author seeks to reinstate lawsuit against museum

To Kill a Mockingbird author seeks to reinstate lawsuit against museum | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it
Alison Flood: Harper Lee puts request to district judge, saying Alabama museum has set additional terms to settlement
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Cavern Club fights for name rights

Cavern Club fights for name rights | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it

l PropThe Cavern Club in Liverpool takes the Hard Rock Cafe to court in a battle over who has the right to use the Cavern name in the US.

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Corporate Greed, Intellectual Property Laws and the Destruction of Human Civilization

Corporate Greed, Intellectual Property Laws and the Destruction of Human Civilization | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it
Corporate Greed, Intellectual Property Laws and the Destruction of Human Civilization
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Discussion on copying DVDs on BBC Radio 4 - Listen again here

Discussion on copying DVDs on BBC Radio 4 - Listen again here | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it
How new technology is exposing motor insurance fraud. Plus more with Winifred Robinson.
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How new technology is exposing motor insurance fraud.

 

Why the government's offering us cash for doing up our own homes.

 

And the new law making it legal to copy CDs for personal use.

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US supreme court to decide whether software can be patented

US supreme court to decide whether software can be patented | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it
Long-running case could hold key to stopping 'patent trolls' - but also affect huge industry built on patenting software
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UK copyright tweak in June will finally allow ripping of CDs

UK copyright tweak in June will finally allow ripping of CDs | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it
Three years after copyright review recommended changes to the law to allow format-shifting for CDs and ebooks, the 1988 law will get an update to allow it. By Charles Arthur
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Tom Bell: “Intellectual Privilege: Copyright, Common Law, and the Common Good”

Tom Bell: “Intellectual Privilege: Copyright, Common Law, and the Common Good” | Intellectual Property news, views and opinions | Scoop.it
Tom Bell: “Intellectual Privilege: Copyright, Common Law, and the Common Good” Washington Post The opposing side regards copyrights as property rights that deserve—like rights in houses, cars, and other forms of property—the fullest protection of...
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Words from an "intellectual property skeptic" via Washington Post, interesting opinion and great for a debate.

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