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IP Judicial Exchange Program: Pakistani delegation visited the United States

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IP Judicial Exchange Program: On August 15-25, 2016, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and Commercial Law Development Program (CLDP) of the U.S. Department of Commerce hosted a high-level delegation of Pakistani judges and officials of the Intellectual Property Organization of Pakistan for IP consultations in Washington DC, Alexandria and Minneapolis.  The delegation […]

Lecture on Overview of IPR Laws in Pakistan at Federal Judicial Academy, Islamabad

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The Federal Judicial Academy, Islamabad organized One-Week Training Course on “New Laws” for the Additional District & Sessions Judges from all over Pakistan, including, Azad Jammu & Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan from 8th to 13th August, 2016. Twenty-two participants attended the course. The objective of the course was to acquaint the Judges about emerging areas […]

The copyright case that should worry all Internet providers

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Will Internet providers have to start cracking down harder on their own customers for suspected copyright infringement? That’s one of the big questions being raised in the wake of an obscure court ruling that finds that Cox Communications is liable for the illegal music and movie downloads of its subscribers. Earlier this week, a federal judge said […]

How legal is it to stream a game to a paying end user?

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The End User License Agreement (EULA) of most games (even free games) typically prohibits you from redistributing the game to other people without the copyright holder’s permission. Even if the EULA does not explicitly state this, redistributing the game without an appropriate license or express permission is a violation of copyright law by default. A […]