Should AI own their own IP?

When artificial intelligence is deemed the source of a new idea or creation, it causes a legal grey area over ownership rights that will only become harder to define in the future

Fighting the meme ban to protect internet freedom

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As the law plays catch-up with the digital revolution, experts have raised concerns over impending copyright rules and their potential impact on sharing information online

How video games are pushing the boundaries of IP law

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Video games are a fast-moving medium, so much so that they’re outpacing some aspects of copyright law

Five trends shaping the global IP landscape

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From efforts to take down online fakes to political posturing over China’s approach to intellectual property rights, here are some of the major issues affecting the world of IP

How China became a leader in intellectual property

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Once a wild frontier where intellectual property was plundered, China is now cleaning up its act

Protecting patents and copyright with blockchain

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Global businesses have spotted the potential to stamp out patent and copyright infringements using blockchain technology

Who is in the right with 3D printing?

3D printing or copying poses potential problems for manufacturers and designers anxious to protect their rights, but could be an opportunity rather than a threat, as Flemmich Webb reports

Taking care of what’s yours

Ownership of intellectual property has transformed most, if not all, aspects of life. Brid-Aine Parnell focuses on six of the best