Poland: new obligations for online service providers

Piotr Dynowski and Michał Sałajczyk from Bird & Bird discuss the unofficial draft bill in Poland that aims to solve the problem of spreading misinformation via social media platforms.

“Most” counts as “total” when blocking websites in Mexico

With authors’ works of arts often being made freely available online, necessary law updates have been made to maintain rights holders’ protection. Luis Schmidt, OLIVARES, investigates a selection of website blocking cases from the Mexican Supreme Court.

Should we still doubt the legality of Copyleft?

Vera Albino from Inventa International looks into the idea and the legality of Copyleft, considering its similarities and differences with Copyright

Architects & Drawings: Implied Licenses

Maria Peyman from Birketts LLP discusses copyright in relation to architectural designs and drawings and looks into a selection of recent cases to highlight the complications this law still entertains in relation to implied licenses.

Protection of computer programs and their non-literal infringement

Pham Vu Khanh Toan, Pham & Associates, investigates computer programs in Vietnam and the ways they are protected via copyright law – literally and non-literally.

Artificial intelligence and copyright: a difficult relationship

Geert Somers and Camille Vermosen from time.lex discuss the copyright law around artificial intelligence, considering the complex relationship the two have had since its creation.

Protecting useful articles after Star Athletica

Claudia Ray and Bonnie Jarrett from Kirkland & Ellis LLP explore a variety of post Star Athletica cases involving useful articles – and not just clothing.

The interplay between U.S. and International copyright law

Chester Rothstein and Benjamin Charkow from Amster, Rothstein & Ebenstein, LLP explore some implications that an owner of a non-U.S. work must keep in mind when developing its copyright protection and enforcement strategies.

Halloween banana costume in copyright infringement battle

HALLOWEEN IS A BIG BUSINESS for retailers and costume providers. U.S. shoppers are expected this year to spend $3.4 billion on costumes alone for the Oct. 31 holiday, according to the National Retail Federation and Prosper Insights & Analytics. It is no wonder,...

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