Intellectual Property

Analysis Interview: Aaron Levant's NTWRK Uses Shoppable Video Content To Connect With A New Generation Of Consumers

With shoppable programming dedicated to gaming, music, sports, and more, Aaron Levant hopes NTWRK can become a kind of QVC concept for Generation Z

Banks, Insurance & Financial Services How Artists Are Trading Through Blockchain

Rather than losing profit and opportunities to connect with fans on traditional networks, the decentralized model more directly benefits the people who make and enjoy art

Brand Activation & Immersion Design Is The New IP

Ashley Still, Adobe's Vice President of Creative Cloud for Enterprise, discusses the central role design and digital experiences play in the success of every business

Retail How Crowdsourcing Can Help Detect Counterfeit Products

AllVirtuous was created to monitor the market and build evidence around any potential counterfeit items

Design 26 Designers Rework The Same Classic Chair

The exhibition demonstrates the destructive influence of copycats on the design industry

Advertising Is The Entertainment Industry Actually Causing Piracy?

Cory Doctorow discusses how If companies refuse to release films or TV shows in US and UK at same time, they only have themselves to blame for piracy.

Innovation UK Police Setting Up Intellectual Property Crime Unit

New measures are aimed at specifically prosecuting copyright infringement.

Home Will New Law Banning Fakes Damage The Design World?

A new copyright bill will signal the demise of classic furniture knock-offs but what effects will it have in the world of publishing and fashion?

Innovation Is Ownership Meaningless In The Digital Era?

As Bruce Willis has reportedly discovered, your ebooks and i-tunes last as long as you do and essentially no longer.

Syndicated Which Phones Would Samsung Have To Stop Selling If Apple Forces Ban?

Graphic shows the impact Apple will make with ban on sales of Samsung phones that infringe its patents.

Work Did Marks & Spencer Steal A Local Artist's Designs?

Rachel Taylor is urging major retailers like John Lewis and Selfridges to sign a petition by the Anti-Copying in Design Group to protect independent UK designers.

Gaming & Play Sony Buys Out Ericsson For $1.5 Billion [Headlines]

The deal will enable better integration between smartphones and other devices and benefit the music label, Playstation, and movie studio.

Premier League Loses Fight For Intellectual Property Rights [Headlines]

The European court of justice ruled that events within a match cannot be copyrighted.