The administration’s annual report reveals US’s intention to change its anti-piracy plan. The Obama Administration advises for more transparency when it comes to protecting Intellectual Property and international agreements, while emphasizing on the importance of how IP enforcement communicates with IP stakeholders. This year’s report offers a perspective on how the administration handled the IP
According to an 84-page long report, sent by the Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property to the US government, the entertainment industry is tired of all these “games” and is ready to go berserk on pirates. In other words, the industry proposes a new alternative: fill pirates’ computers with malware! Let’s take another
From a blog post signed by the Recording Industry Association Of America we found out that 20 million takedown requests were sent to Google just last year. Furthermore, a similar number of demands were received by infringing websites. Did all this effort help? “Every day produces more results and there is no end in sight.
Just as the website’s title suggests, WhereToWatch is a portal that informs the American public about which websites offer legitimate video content. We’re almost certain that the regular user will go and check MPAA’s website before watching a video online, but is this the best of what the movie industry can offer? A pretty big
Also known as the Center for Copyright Information, the organization lost not only its company status, but also the right to enforce the “six-strikes” system. The CCI violated state laws and is now forced to close down its doors, at least for a period of time. Founded in 2011 by the entertainment industries, in collaboration