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Social video platform Triller has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against its biggest rival TikTok and parent company Bytedance.
A number of flexibilities available under the TRIPS Agreement can be applied by governments to ensure that IP rights do not constrain innovation and availability of health technologies required for responding to COVID-19.
Danish music may become unavailable on YouTube unless Google and Koda, the Danish copyright organisation, enter an agreement before Saturday night.
Taylor Swift is rebranding merchandise from her new album Folklore after a business owner accused her team of ripping off her fashion label. Amira Rasool, the founder of retailer The Folklore, accused Swift of selling album merchandise that ripped off the loo of her company, which sells apparel and accessories by designers in Africa and the diaspora.
Exclusive WTR research reveals football teams with biggest trademark portfolios. In the UK, Manchester United sits atop league, followed by Chelsea and Tottenham. In Europe, Barcelona beats out Real Madrid and Lionel Messi has the largest player portfolio.