The phenomenon of so-called “Hate Speech” has been in the public eye for a while now, but particularly in German news. Hate speech denotes verbal attacks and accusations based on personal attributes such as race, religion, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, disability, or gender. Victims of such disgraceful conduct can be individuals or groups of individuals.
While the UK Court of Appeal has opened the door for broadband ISP blocking to combat trademark or copyright-infringing activities (see our earlier report ), the picture in the United States, China and Hong Kong is more complex. “‘It is, it is a glorious thing, to be a Pirate King,’ said W.S. Gilbert: but he was speaking
The Draft focuses on enhanced enforcement, e-infringement and patent utilization On 2 December 2015, China’s State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) released another draft version of the Chinese Patent Law for public comment. Comments on the Draft have been submitted widely by January 2016, and are currently being reviewed by SIPO. The Draft contains an important