Much needs to be done if Hong Kong is to become a regional intellectual property trading centre, and stakeholders should make their voices heard to ensure proposed legislation gets the balance right.
UN agency chief says designers will be able to safeguard their work inside and outside the country.
US prosecutors say Haitao Xiang had Monsanto’s proprietary farming software on his device the day after he left the company and was about to fly to China.
Professor Dennis Lo says plans to boost R&D in Hong Kong are ‘encouraging’, but new research infrastructure will not be enough without also enhancing the city’s ability to protect intellectual property.
Push to change existing copyright law comes after government failed twice before.
The organiser of the sculpture’s display, Hong Kong creative agency AllRightsReserved Limited, is accused by The Ryan Foundation in Singapore of breaching confidentiality and intellectual property rights.
Big Tech companies are expected to perform a delicate balancing act in advancing AI development, while ensuring the technology’s ethical application.
The China National Intellectual Property Administration in December acknowledged that the rival trademark could generate confusion among consumers, and declared it ‘null and void’.
As part of its drive to achieve technological self-sufficiency, Beijing is overhauling its system of reward for patent filing.
Legal experts are alarmed by China’s exertion of extraterritorial jurisdiction, as Chinese courts increasingly heed calls by Beijing to protect the international interests of domestic companies.