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7 reasons pirates are losing the digital copyright war

Posted by Laura Urquizu on Wednesday, Aug 30, 2017

Many rights owners now view copyright infringement as an inevitability, but we think otherwise - here’s 7 reasons why pirates will lose the copyright war:

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Mayweather-McGregor shows why sports piracy is a problem

Posted by Julia Bourke on Monday, Aug 28, 2017

The Mayweather-McGregor fight was one of the most pirated events ever, but it’s just one foul of many in the growing problem of sports piracy.

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The startup apps identifying and finding counterfeits

Posted by David Casellas on Thursday, Aug 24, 2017

We take a look at the startups launching apps focused on identifying and finding counterfeit products, aiming to benefit consumers and brands alike.

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What exploding hoverboards teach us about patents

Posted by David Casellas on Thursday, Aug 24, 2017

We look at how exploding hoverboards have shown us that patents can be detrimental to IP protection, and how innovation is hurt by counterfeiting. 

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The top counterfeit-selling sites & how to stop them

Posted by David Casellas on Thursday, Aug 24, 2017

We look at the top websites for selling counterfeits, and review their anti-counterfeit and reporting methods.

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7 examples of very ironic piracy cases

Posted by Julia Bourke on Tuesday, Aug 22, 2017

Very occasionally copyright and piracy legal cases have a taste for the ironic. We’ve compiled a list of 7 hilariously ironic examples of piracy.

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Is Instagram doing enough about advertised counterfeits?

Posted by Julia Bourke on Wednesday, Aug 16, 2017

Is Instagram doing enough to stop the flood of illegal sponsored ads for counterfeits?

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Watch the solar eclipse - but avoid buying fake glasses

Posted by Julia Bourke on Monday, Aug 14, 2017

We’ve written a guide to watching the total solar eclipse next week, including how (and why) to avoid buying fake viewing glasses that are all over Amazon.

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How startups use blockchain to fight fakes and piracy

Posted by Julia Bourke on Thursday, Aug 10, 2017

Blockchain is a public ledger that enables cryptocurrencies, but startups are gradually discovering its other uses, like fighting piracy and counterfeits.

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Developers can end the $20 billion pirate app industry

Posted by David Casellas on Monday, Aug 7, 2017

The pirate app industry is a $20 billion problem, putting users at risk of malware and siphoning revenue from developers and brands. Here’s how to end it:

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