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IPTV crime in the European Union Intermediate

Television broadcasting is big business for legal media providers but there is a dark underbelly of crime that exploits the opportunities provided by the Internet to illegally share television broadcast signals. In this webinar, the relevant legal landscape, the illegal business models applied and the existing countermeasures will be presented. The presentation is based on the EUIPO report 'Illega...

70 min. EN 18/05/2020 12/05/2020
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Webinar: EUIPO Malware Study, Identification and Analysis of Malware on Selected Suspected Copyright-Infringing Websites (Advanced level) Advanced

Malware and potentially unwanted programmes (PUPs) have been an annoyance for internet users for years, but is it often forgotten how they are an essential part of a criminal ecosystem. The webinar presents the most recent and up to date research from the EUIPO into malware on illicit websites disseminating copyright-protected works. The research provokes deliberations on effective law enforcement...

27 min. EN 20/12/2018 13/11/2018
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Webinar: Domain names and trademarks as bases for resolution of IP disputes (Advanced level) (with Certificate) Advanced

 This talk will look at the importance of earlier registered domain names in trademark applications.  We will also look at why trademark applications and registrations are vital in protecting IP rights against online infringements, with a particular focus on supranational procedures.  The impact of the GDPR on the enforcement of trademark rights online will also be di...

70 min. EN 20/12/2018 13/11/2018
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Blockchain and Intellectual Property (26-10-2017) (Basic level) Basic

On the 26 October 2017, the EUIPO brought together around 80 people to interact and discuss the implication of Blockchain technology on the world of intellectual property. Participants includes Blockchain experts, national IP offices, right holder representatives and representatives from civil society. The conference convered the basic concepts of the technology, the many aspects of interaction be...

172 min. EN 16/11/2017 26/10/2017
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Business Models infringing IPR Online (Intermediate level) Intermediate

The aim of this independent research is to provide an overview of different infringing business models, assessing how they function, how they are financed, how they generate profits for their operators, what kinds of content they disseminate and how large their user bases are. Speaker: Erling VESTERGAARD - EUIPO - Seconded National Expert, Observatory Department

50 min. EN 26/07/2016 26/07/2016
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Digital economy and brands/new brands Advanced

This presentation reviews the revised strategies of a global market player Adobe to combat piracy and counterfeiting. This revision is the result of its conversion to a new business model based on the use of the 'Cloud'. The 'follow the money'-strategy is considered preferable to criminal enforcement legislation. Speaker: Richard Atkinson, Global Director Piracy conversion, ADOBE Systems Inc.

29 min. EN 05/02/2016
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Identifying advertising: How companies can fight back? Advanced

This presentation reviews a strategy to combat infringement:  Depriving commercial scale infringing websites of ad revenue. Second, it examines best practices by Government agencies in UK, France and US to combat infringement. Third, it advocates that awareness of the risk of infringement becomes a critical component of standard ad compliance toolkit in companies. Speaker: Peter Szyszko, CEO wh...

26 min. EN 10/02/2016
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Internet issues, including cybersquatting, malware protection, Bitcoins and the Darknet (14-9-2016) (Intermediate level) (with certificate) Intermediate

Presentation on the IPR infringements committed both on the open internet and on the darknet are explained through real life examples. In addition the functioning of the darknet and the functionalities of the Bitcoin as the virtual currency that is primarily used on the darknet are explained.Speaker: Erling VESTERGAARD - EUIPO - SNE, Observatory Department

100 min. EN 04/11/2016
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Preventing ad supported IP Infringement: Evolving landscapes and techniques (05-10-2017) (Intermediate level) Intermediate

A major part of streaming content for films, TV, music, games, software as well as direct download content is funded solely through advertising. Particularly, it was determined that about 90 per cent of revenue of digital sites, which were tracked across EU, are being made through digital advertising. Therefore ad supported IP infringement is a significant problem. Presentation analysis digital pi...

42 min. EN 09/11/2017
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Review of business models of infringing web sites Advanced

An unwanted side effect of the propagation of Internet is the proliferation of websites which infringes the copyrights of rightholders. This presentation reviews a subset of the models these websites use. Speaker: Erling Vestergaard - EUIPO - Observatory Department

27 min. EN 05/02/2016