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#DidYouKnow

The copyright for works created by employees is owned by the employer. A work made for hire refers to work produced by an employee within their job responsibilities. It can also include commissioned works that meet specific criteria, with both the commissioner and the creator agreeing that it will be considered work made for hire....

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#DidYouKnow

Piracy deeply kills creative industries. It damages the income of creative people, reduces the amount of tax received by the Government to support the Malaysian economy, and puts F&B owners at risk of serious financial penalties. According to Astro, both industry and government were estimated to lose RM3 billion annually, with RM500 million in taxes...

Copyright : Winnie The Pooh Now Belongs to The World
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Copyright : Winnie The Pooh Now Belongs to The World

Fans were shocked when the endearing bear “Winnie the Pooh” will make a bizarre cameo as a serial killer in the upcoming indie horror movie titled “Winnie the Pooh : Blood and Honey”. But what just happen and why is this horror film Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey legally allowed to be made now? Will Disney be taking any actions toward this?

How Facebook Empowered Brands with IP Protection Tools
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How Facebook Empowered Brands with IP Protection Tools

“Facebook, Inc. and Gucci America, Inc. sued an individual in the United States District Court, Northern District of California for breach of Facebook and Instagram’s Terms and infringement of Gucci’s intellectual property rights. Specifically, the defendant used multiple Facebook and Instagram accounts to evade Facebook’s enforcement efforts and continue to promote the sale of counterfeit...

Rights Granted Under Copyright
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Rights Granted Under Copyright

One thing people should be clear is, Copyright existed automatically in an original work of authorship. But enforcing the exclusive rights of Copyright through litigation will allow Copyright owners to ascertain their protection if it involves infringement cases.