the 104th Issue: Taiwan Funeral Music Lawsuits Amplify Copyright Issues --- China Intellectual Property

the 104th Issue: Taiwan Funeral Music Lawsuits Amplify Copyright Issues


 
China IP Weekly   Issue 104 Forward       Subscription    November. 3rd, 2011
 

Beijing, Nov.1 (PD Online) --Recently, Huaqi Information Digital Technology Co., Ltd. (Aigo), one of China's electronics giants won a lawsuit against Toshiba over a patent violation... More

·Taiwan Funeral Music Lawsuits Amplify Copyright Issues

Funeral homes in Taiwan have been hit with two lawsuits alleging they lack permission to play recorded music at services.  But the industry says it has the right to broadcast that music for the private use of surviving family members...  More

· Who Owns the Google Driverless Car IP?

Google co-founder Sergey Brin recently revealed that he is now leading Google's efforts to ready a driverless car for the consumer market, but one big, publicly-unanswered question is:...More





· Amazon Files for Amazon Flow Trademark, Maybe It's One App to Bind All Media
· Seminar on the 10th Anniversary of China's WTO Accession Held in Wuhan
· Court to Hear Forbes' Trademark Infringement Lawsuit on Nov. 8

· Can Kodak Rescue Itself via a Patent Bonanza?




·Standardization: China on the Road  Issue 45, By Aimee Wang, China IP,[Comprehensive Reports]
 
Standardization is closely related to everyone's life. Standards have played an extremely important role in the fields from the daily basic needs such as clothing, food, housing, and transportation, to enterprise's industrial technology and research...  More 
 
·New Policies on Copyright Protection of ISO/IEC Standards   Issue 45, By Liu Chunqing,Li Lisha,[Copyright]
 
Pushed by the development of digitalization and internetization, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) have published new policies for copyright protection of standards in order to cope with... More 








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