Why did Amazon patent an unenforceable photography setup that's been around for decades?
Rights holders lost nearly $11.9 billion in 2012 due to illicit activities in India, including sectors like packaged foods and personal goods.
The 2014 NCAA Tournament is underway this week, but terms like “March Madness” and “Final Four” aren’t free for just anyone.
The countries' new constitutions have provisions to protect intellectual property rights in an attempt to foster a “knowledge economy.”
The top earner last year netted more than $39 million.
The U.S. was concerned about a compulsory license given to India-based Natco Pharma to produce a cheaper cancer drug than Bayer's Nexavar.
King Digital Entertainment abandoned its application to trademark the word "Candy" earlier this week.
Apple’s iOS in the Car is shown in a partial beta, Microsoft will revive the 1 Versus 100 game concept, and The Netherlands okays The Pirate Bay.
The petition, addressed to Danish prime minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt, says that Gottfrid Svatholm is getting unfair treatment.
For the third time this week, The Pirate Bay is once again changing its domain name.
The Pirate Bay is developing a Web browser that will let users store and share The Pirate Bay without the need for a central host.
As usual, the enforcement did not shut down Pirate Bay and the torrent site has already re-launched with a “.ac” domain.
Advocacy groups and independent organizations have begun parsing the document, and they have already found quite a few problematic passages.
The full chapter of the broader international trade agreement raises concerns about individual rights and free expression.
Rockstar Bidco's recent lawsuit against Google; How it's bad for consumers and bad for the tech industry.
Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-VA, House Judiciary Committee chair, introduced the Innovation Act of 2013, a patent troll-killing bill that has a chance of passing.