What international agreements are in place to protect Intellectual Property, and are they really effective in the digital age?
Millennials are resolute in their fight against proposed changes to EU copyright law, but is a movement toward free-for-all content realistic?
Mockbuster movies like Snakes on a Train surely more-than-tread the line between inspiration and imitation, so how is it they can continue to exist?
Red Points are working with IP Watchdog and INTA to help SMEs stop those entities that persistently violate their IP rights. We will be launching a webinar that will take place on the 10th of July at 6 pm CEST and 12 pm East Coast Time which aims to arm businesses and IP professionals with the tools they need to protect their IP both online and offline.
We look at how sites like Facebook are working to stop piracy by devaluing privacy, and the ethics and success of such strategies in the digital era.
Europe has the biggest problem with piracy. We look at what is being done to challenge the practice, and how countries vary.
We look at the link between Google search and piracy, and evaluate copyright infringement takedown processes on Google search, Youtube, Facebook and the web overall.
Red Points examines 3 changes and trends in copyright law that attempt to combat the evolution of digital piracy for movies and TV.
As startups fight over the virtual gap in the market for legal tech, many technologies are now available that save time on and even automatise legal tasks. Red Points examines 5 innovative technologies that may prove valuable to lawyers.
Google continues to face criticism for its efforts in fighting online piracy. Pressure is building on Google to do more to protect the work and revenues of its copyright holders. Questions are growing if Google is really doing enough to help protect the film and media industry?