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After ‘breaking the internet’ with her morning serenade to daughter Stormi, the youngest member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan has now filed to trademark the three words for use in her cosmetics line, meaning that soon we will all be able to ‘riiiiise and shiiiiiine’ like a Kardashian.
The US singer has filed a pre-emptive lawsuit against the trio of songwriters she believes are making an “illegitimate claim to co-own” her song ‘Truth Hurts’. The songwriters, brothers Justin and Jeremiah Raisen and Justin Rothman, claim that they helped write the song’s lyrics, something Lizzo has strongly denied.
Innovators across the globe filed 3.3 million patent applications in 2018, up 52.% for a ninth consecutive yearly increase, according to the WIPO’s annual World Intellectual Property Indicators report.
France has accused American internet giant Google of ignoring “the spirt and the letter” of a Europe-wide copyright law aimed at giving publishers a bigger cut of the economic benefit from online news.
Singapore topped Asia again while moving up a notch to fourth place overall among 129 countries ranked for how strongly the protect intellectual property (IP) rights.
The National Music Publishers’ Association (NMPA) is calling on Congress to investigate popular video-sharing app TikTok over potential copyright theft, as stated in a Wednesday letter addressed to Senator Marco Rubio.
A Canadian court has cleared the way for a Toronto former film student to sue Pixar and Walt Disney for copyright infringement over the 2015 animated film “Inside Out”.