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Month: April 2020

A copyright owner, who permits a licensee to grant sublicenses, cannot bring an infringement suit against a sublicensee

Stephanie Sinclair, a professional photographer, has brought copyright infringement lawsuit against Mashable and its parent company Ziff Davis, alleging infringement of copyright when Mashable posted one of her copyrighted photographs on its website. She maintains publicly- searchable website to showcase her photographs to potential customers and also maintains an account on Instagram. She has posted one of her photograph to her Instagram account viewable by anyone.

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The copyright in tattoo is over when the last becomes the part of likeness?

Solid Oak has brought copyright infringement lawsuit against 2K Games and Take-Two. Take-Two is a major developer, publisher, and marketer of interactive entertainment and video games that develops and publishes products through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, 2K and Rockstar Games. Defendants annually release an updated basketball simulation video game that depicts basketball with realistic renderings of different NBA teams, including lifelike depictions of NBA players and their tattoos.

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It’s not so easy to provide free internet in Russia

The Russian president has proposed to provide the Russian citizens with free access to internet resources considered as socially significant. In other words the Russian should receive free access to necessary web-sites even with zero balance.

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Russia IIPA 2020 special 301 report

Special 301 Recommendation: IIPA recommends that the Russian Federation be retained on the Priority Watch List in 2020.

Priority actions requested in 2020

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