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Ukraine: updated Statutory Damages for Copyright Infringement

Ilarion TomarovSince July 22, 2018, a new mechanism for calculation of the amount of statutory damages has become effective in Ukraine. From now on a court should determine damages based on the license fee the infringer would have paid to … Continue reading

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AIPPI Congress Report 4: A balancing act – copyright versus other rights

The AIPPI Congress started in earnest on Monday morning.  Although many were already lamenting the cruelty of those who decided to hold an IP conference on a beach resort, it was not enough to pull them away from the start … Continue reading

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What’s next for the proposed Copyright Directive?

The new Directive could be more threatening to the Web than shark attacks On September 12 the European Parliament decided to ignore expert advice and adopted a version of the new Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market (DSM) … Continue reading

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Copyright Office Provides Helpful Guides on Registering a Group of Photographs

With the U.S. Copyright Office’s recent changes for registering a group of photographs, photographers may be hesitant to register their next set of images. But fear not, the Copyright Office has helpful guides to walk you through the process, available … Continue reading

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Of Memes and Monetizing: Could the EU Directive on Copyright Change the Way We Speak Internet?

Do you like getting your news online, sharing videos or tweeting memes? A little piece of legislation known as The European Union Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market may signal the end of some of the internet’s simple … Continue reading

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