The Association of National Advertisers has warned of the dangers behind plans to enhance the GAC’s role in ICANN decision-making, arguing that the move would weaken the multi-stakeholder model and – absent transparent procedural safeguards – could see governments make concessions on internet governance decisions in a bid to receive political favours elsewhere. A recent...
The founder of a new 3D printing cafe business, which opened its first branch in London a fortnight ago, has told World Trademark Review that “every brand on the high street should be scared of 3D printing” and that the open source nature of the 3D printing community could make it very difficult for brand owners to control the potential harm the new technology could cause unless...
The news that image hosting website Twitpic is closing down due to a trademark dispute was largely reported uncritically, with the resulting ‘big versus small trademark owner’ narrative a familiar one for those working in IP. However, Twitter’s response highlights how a speedy PR operation can turn around perceptions. Writing on the Twitpic blog, company founder...
Registrations for 3D marks are extremely attractive to rights holders – so much so that the European Court of Justice is continually adopting a stricter interpretation of the absolute grounds for refusal.
Anders Michael Poulsen reports
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The Association of National Advertisers warns of the dangers in enhancing the GAC’s role in ICANN decision-making. http://t.co/DGa682yxZE
“Every brand on the high street should be scared of 3D printing,” says founder of new 3D printing café, @MakersCAFE. http://t.co/ObQJnpQmcj
RT @karenhbromberg: Responsive #PR is a must when media cries #trademark bully - http://t.co/Q4ECUX6RtB via @WTRmagazine