Who owns the content in ChatGPT and other tools?28 April 2023
ChatGPT remains a reliable tool for providing information and services such as writing. While it can generate content at a click of a button, the question remains if the content it provides is original and at the user’s disposal. Excel V. Dyquiangco...
Women need more intellectual property rights awareness, says Cambodian Prime Minister15 June 2023
Former Indonesian president emphasizes the importance of copyright in protecting works14 June 2023
MOU adds other orgs and businesses for improving cooperation29 May 2023
The MOU offers a space for members to work closely together and alert other platform users of potential intellectual property infringement.
Katie Perry triumphs over Katy Perry in trademark case in Australia19 May 2023
Melbourne IP attorneys discuss key observations from Taylor v. Killer Queen, LLC
Indonesia strives to protect film intellectual property20 April 2023
The Directorate General of Intellectual Property of the Law and Human Rights Ministry is working to avoid infringement of film intellectual property.
Beer brands legal battle in Australia highlights limitations of “unregistered rights”13 April 2023
IP lawyer discusses key takeaway from case involving beer can packaging similarities
2022 IP filings reach a record high as the nation recovers from the pandemic04 April 2023
More Filipinos are starting to see the competitive benefit of maintaining some kind of control over their most cherished assets, said Barba.
Greater transparency about fashion items via labelling20 March 2023
IP attorney from NZ discusses Adrian Hailwood and the subject of duplicate designs
Asia IP Copyright Rankings 202328 February 2023
The results of the survey are in. Find out which firms stood out from the rest.
The face of image rights28 February 2023
In many jurisdictions, image rights are protected through a mishmash of intellectual property and other laws. Espie Angelica A. de Leon asks lawyers around Asia whether image rights should become its own IP right.
Obscure copyrights in Asia – and what they mean for vintage films28 February 2023
Japan has recently introduced amendments to its law that will make it easy to share vintage movies and music. But Japan isn’t alone in its treatment of orphaned works. Excel V. Dyquiangco reports.
Copyright for works created by a neural network28 February 2023
One of the popular technologies of recent years is neural networks – or rather their software implementation, which is built on the principle of functioning of biological neural networks of a living organism, namely its brain.