CNIPA Vows to Cleanse Unscrupulous Attorney Acts ——the 406th Issue --- China Intellectual Property

CNIPA Vows to Cleanse Unscrupulous Attorney Acts ——the 406th Issue

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·CNIPA Vows to Cleanse Unscrupulous Attorney Acts
Recently, China National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA) announced the launching of Operation Blue Sky, a two-year-long campaign targeting illegal acts of the patent attorney profession . ........ More

··Trish & Liu First Live Debate: IP Issues Highlighted
On the afternoon of May 29, it was published on the official Weibo of CGTN that because of the copyright, the live debate between CGTN anchor Liu Xin and Fox Business Network host Trish Regan would not be broadcasted. Here are the details about this debate. .. ........ More

The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has issued commercial licenses for 5G on June 6, according to China Central Television. Four major telecom carriers -- China Telecom, China Mobile, China Unicom and China Broadcasting Network -- received the first batch of four 5G commercial licenses, said the report. ......... More
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[Headnotes] Commercialized operation itself is a kind of transformation, and the cartoonization treatment does not affect the certainty of commercializing the relevant image and logo. Based on the retention and use of many corresponding recognition elements and features, such as character image, action characteristics, nicknames, etc., the cartoonization process does not prevent the relevant public from easily identifying and connecting the recognized element to an NBA collective. The behavior of the defendant is classified as full imitation and improper use of the NBA recognition element set. .... More
 

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