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Bill Murray movie subject to trademark infringement lawsuit 

A horse racing announcer has sued the Weinstein Co. claiming that the company infringed on his trademarked phrase in a 2014 Bill Murray movie.

European wikipedias have been turned off for the day to protest copyright laws

Websites and businesses across Europe are protesting controversial changes to online copyright being introduced by the European Union. Ahead of a final vote on the legislation later on in the month, a number of European Wikipedia sites have been closed for the day, blocking all access and directing users to contact their local EU representative to protest the laws.

Huawei leads Asian domination of UN patent applications in 2018 

Chinese telecoms giant Huawei led the pack with Asia accounting for more than half the international patent applications at the World Intellectual Property Organisation last year, WIPO has said

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Cardi B files paperwork to make her catchphrase official

According to documents, Cardi B filed to trademark her catchphrase ‘okurr’ for merchandising purposes.Some of the merchandise with “Okurrr” on include paper goods, like cups and posters, as well as a clothing line featuring pants, shirts, and hoodies.

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