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Arista to pay $400 million to Cisco to resolve court fight 6.8.2018 Reuters: Money News
Arista Networks Inc will pay $400 million to Cisco Systems Inc to resolve a U.S. court fight between the two network equipment makers, Arista said in a regulatory filing on Monday, the day a jury trial in the dispute was scheduled to ...
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Is Mahindra Roxor a copy of Fiat Chrysler's Jeep? 4.8.2018 Rediff: Business
FCA has alleged that the Roxor, which M & M imports in the US from India as knocked-down kits, was "a nearly identical copy of the iconic Jeep design", adding that the product was modelled after the original Willys Jeep.
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Facebook fails to stop users from sharing pirated movies 16.7.2018 Sify Finance
Several Facebook groups are sharing pirated Hollywood movies to hundred of thousands of users and the social media giant's automated software are unable to stop copyright infringements, the media reported.
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New Zealand Court Rejects Kim Dotcom US Extradition Appeal 5.7.2018 NDTV News - Latest
New Zealand's Court of Appeal ruled Kim Dotcom was eligible for extradition to the United States Thursday in a major setback for the Internet mogul who is accused of online piracy.
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India becomes a part of global copyright treaties 5.7.2018 DNA: Urban Tales
India will be now be a part of global treaties on copyright, cheering authors, producers and performers, who upload their works on the digital space. The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved a proposal to become a part of the WIPO Copyright Treaty and WIPO Performers and Phonograms Treaty which extends coverage of copyright to the Internet and digital environment. Union Information Technology Minister Ravi Shanker Prasad said that the cabinet has approved the proposal submitted by Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, which is a step towards the objective laid in the National Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Policy adopted by the government in 2016. The policy aims to get value for IPRs through commercialisation by providing guidance and support to EPR owners about commercial opportunities of e-commerce through Internet and mobile platforms. Prasad said that the decision is in line with the digital push of the government in an environment where it has ...
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Cabinet approves accession to WIPO Copyright Treaty, 1996 and WIPO Performance and Phonograms Treaty, 1996 4.7.2018 Govt of india: PIB
The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approvedthe proposal submitted by Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry regarding accession to the WIPO Copyright Treaty and WIPO Performers and Phonograms Treaty which extends coverage of copyright to the internet and digital environment The approval is a step towards the objective laid in the National Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Policy adopted by the Government on 12thMay 2016 which aims to get value for IPRs through commercialization by providing guidance and support to EPR owners about commercial opportunities of e-commerce through Internet and mobile platforms.
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Indian-origin lawyer appointed judicial commissioner of Singapore... 28.6.2018 DNA: Bangalore
Indian-origin lawyer appointed judicial commissioner of Singapore...
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Teradata’s theft charges are 'baseless and outrageous', SAP HANA was developed with 'highest integrity' claims Vishal Sikka 22.6.2018 Sify Finance
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Vishal Sikka named in lawsuit against IP-theft 22.6.2018 Rediff: Business
Sikka is considered to be the force behind SAP's analytics platform, HANA that had helped the company strengthen its position in the global market.
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Teradata files IP theft suit against SAP, alleges former CTO Vishal Sikka was in the know 22.6.2018 DNA: Recent Columns
Cloud-based data and analytics firm Teradata has filed a complaint in a US court against German firm SAP alleging trade secret misappropriation, copyright infringement and antitrust violations. The complaint, filed with the US District Court for the Northern District of California, also claimed that key SAP employees, including its then former CTO Vishal Sikka "were aware of and supported SAP's misappropriation of Teradata's trade secrets during the development of HANA". Sikka is considered to be the force behind SAP's analytics platform, HANA that had helped the company strengthen its position in the global market. The complaint has been filed against SAP SE, SAP America, Inc and SAP Labs, LLC (collectively, SAP), Teradata said in a statement on its website. The statement also carried an online link to a copy of the lawsuit filed against SAP. In its complaint, Teradata alleged that SAP has "engaged in a decade-long campaign of anti-competitive behaviour, to the detriment of the parties' customers and ...
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Teradata alleges SAP stole secrets and ex-Infy man Vishal Sikka knew it; Calls SAP HANA "inferior" and BW "ill-equipped" 21.6.2018 Sify Finance
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GU, NRDC sign MoA on technology commercialisation 3.6.2018 The Assam Tribune
GU, NRDC sign MoA on technology commercialisation
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Michael Jackson's estate sues Disney 31.5.2018 General News
The estate of Michael Jackson has filed a copyright infringement suit against the Walt Disney Co, alleging that an ABC television special used the late singers songs and videos without permission.
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Michael Jackson's estate slaps Disney with infringement suit over ABC special 31.5.2018 DNA: Top News
Michael Jackson's estate has filed a copyright infringement suit against the Walt Disney Company, alleging that an ABC television special used the legendary singers songs and videos without permission. The suit surrounds The Last Days of Michael Jackson, a TV special that aired on March 24, reported Variety. The estate alleges that the producers used songs including "Beat It," "Billie Jean," and "The Girl Is Mine," along with music videos such as "Thriller," and clips from "This Is It," the concert documentary. "The extent of Disney's use of the Estate's intellectual property in The Last Days of Michael Jackson is truly astounding," the suit states. According to the estate, Disney's attorneys never reached out to obtain the permission before the show aired. When the estate raised objections, Disney asserted that the show was a "documentary" and was entitled to use the material under the "fair use" doctrine. Howard Weitzman, the attorney for the Jackson estate, said that was "patently absurd". "If ...
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Michael Jackson's estate sues Disney over ABC special 31.5.2018 General News
Michael Jackson's estate has filed a copyright infringement suit against the Walt Disney Company, alleging that an ABC television special used the legendary singers songs and videos without permission. The suit surrounds "The Last Days of Michael Jackson," a TV special that aired on March 24, reported Variety. The estate alleges that the producers used songs including "Beat It," "Billie Jean," and "The Girl Is Mine," along with music videos such as "Thriller," and clips from "This Is It," the concert documentary. "The extent of Disney's use of the Estate's intellectual property in 'The Last Days of Michael Jackson' is truly astounding," the suit states. According to the estate, Disney's attorneys never reached out to obtain the permission before the show aired. When the estate raised objections, Disney asserted that the show was a "documentary" and was entitled to use the material under the "fair use" doctrine. Howard Weitzman, the attorney for the Jackson estate, said that was ...
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Michael Jackson's estate sues ABC for copyright infringement 31.5.2018 Reuters: Hollywood News
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Michael Jackson's estate sued ABC on Wednesday, arguing that a special the network aired last week about the pop singer's final days used his songs and music videos without permission.
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Michael Jackson Estate slams TV network over 'Last Day' special 24.5.2018 General News
The Michael Jackson Estate criticised television network ABC and its parent company Disney over their upcoming special airing, 'The Last Days of Michael Jackson', and said, it was made without approval."We want consumers to know that The Last Days of Michael Jackson, a television special airing on ABC TV (a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company) tomorrow May 24th, is not sponsored or approved by the Estate of Michael Jackson," the Jackson estate said in a statement, as quoted by Rolling Stone.Adding, "It is particularly disheartening that Disney, a company known to strongly believe in protecting its own IP rights, would choose to ignore these rights belonging to the Estate."The estate further said that the TV network used a "copyrighted photo" of the King of Pop to promote the show, however, it was removed after the former's attorney filed a notice of copyright infringement."We are told ABC intends to use music and other intellectual property owned by the Estate such as photos, logos,
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Breathe easy, NSE. Your index isn't Star Wars 23.5.2018 Latest News
The regulator simply isn't ready to deal with the money laundering that may occur when a bank hands over direct market access software to a dodgy sub-account
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Copyright: Extension and its relevance 21.5.2018 DNA: Popular News
Of late, there has been an effort in the United States to extend the term of copyright which has already been expanded two decades ago by the derisively called Mickey Mouse legislation, as it was perceived and quite truly that it was done with the purpose of giving the benefit to the copyright protection to Mickey Mouse and other Disney characters, stories, concepts and creative products. The term 'copyright' in India is currently sixty years after the death of author, and in case of corporate ownership of copyright – like newspapers, news channels, contracted creative work, etc. – sixty years from the date of creation. Copyright is typically granted for intellectual property in books, articles, speeches, songs, music, dance, drama, poetry, films, photographs, sculptures, paintings, computer programs, etc. The purpose of copyright protection for a certain period of time is to grant exclusivity to the creator or owner of the intellectual property to be able to commercially exploit the work. Once the term ...
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India will not allow itself to become a centre of data pilferage: Ravi Shankar Prasad 10.5.2018 Central Chronicle
New Delhi, Union Minister for Communications and Information Technology Ravi Shankar Prasad on Thursday said India will not allow itself to become a centre of data pilferage, and that data commerce through collusive methods cannot be used to influence its electoral process. Addressing the Plenary Session on ‘Media Regulation Policies: Ethics, Rules and Laws’, at the […]
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