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EUROPEAN CITIZENS AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: PERCEPTION, AWARENESS, AND BEHAVIOUR – 2020

European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights

The EUIPO through the European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights has launched an EU-wide study on the perceptions of intellectual property (IP) among European citizens. In t ...Plus The EUIPO through the European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights has launched an EU-wide study on the perceptions of intellectual property (IP) among European citizens. In total, 25 636 interviews were conducted with EU residents aged 15 and above. The 2020 IP Perception study aims to gather knowledge on Europeans’ attitudes towards IP, the degree to which they respect these rights, and the concept that they have of IP as a whole. This is the 3rd edition of this study and shows a gradual and encouraging change in understanding and attitudes following the previous EUIPO surveys conducted in2013 and 2017....Moins

Étiquettes: piracy - consumers - copyright - counterfeiting - perception - behaviour - attitudes - ...Plus

Étiquettes: piracy- consumers- copyright- counterfeiting- perception- behaviour- attitudes- digital content - ...Moins

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Automated Content Recognition: Discussion Paper – Phase 1 ‘Existing technologies and their impact on IP’

European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights

The capacity of computers to recognise content is central to the latest developments in digital media, e-commerce, robotics or self-driving vehicles. This drives major innovation in the field of autom ...Plus The capacity of computers to recognise content is central to the latest developments in digital media, e-commerce, robotics or self-driving vehicles. This drives major innovation in the field of automated content recognition (ACR) technologies that are now deployed for a broad range of purposes. As a first step to understand the impact of such technologies on intellectual property, this discussion paper describes the functioning of hashing, watermarking, fingerprinting or AI-based solutions, and their uses for content recognition. It explores the advantages and limitations of each of these technologies, as well as how they can be combined to optimise content recognition. This first phase analysis will be followed by a second phase focusing on use cases of ACR technologies to support the protection or management of IP....Moins

Étiquettes: ip rights - technology - digital content

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Use of IPR bundles by EU firms 2014-2015

European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights

This new study published by the EUIPO through the European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights looks at EU firms’ simultaneous use of patents, trade marks and registered desig ...Plus This new study published by the EUIPO through the European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights looks at EU firms’ simultaneous use of patents, trade marks and registered designs to protect their innovation. It is based on a sample of more than 63 000 companies across all Member States. The study shows that firms that use multiple IP rights (IPRs) account for a disproportionate share of employment and turnover among the firms in the sample. Larger firms tend to have more IPR bundles than SMEs. Patents are the right most frequently combined with other IPRs. The study also found significant differences in the bundling of IPRs across sectors of the economy, with firms in the manufacturing sector much more likely to bundle IPRs than those in the services sector....Moins

Étiquettes: copyright - design - business - patents - ip rights - trademark

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Intellectual Property Infringement and Enforcement Tech Watch Discussion Paper 2020

European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights

Tech Watch looks to the future but with a firm understanding of the past and present and awareness of the impact of technology in society, on businesses and in our lives. This discussion paper prepare ...Plus Tech Watch looks to the future but with a firm understanding of the past and present and awareness of the impact of technology in society, on businesses and in our lives. This discussion paper prepared with support from the Impact of Technology Expert Group of the Observatory contributes to a more comprehensive understanding of the complexity of emerging and disruptive technologies and considers the impact of these technologies in the future protection, infringement and enforcement of intellectual property....Moins

Étiquettes: enforcement - ip rights - technology - infringements

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Open-Source software in the European Union

European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights

The report analyses how companies in the European software sector make use of open-source software (OSS) licences. It puts special focus on how software firms use intellectual property rights (IPR) to ...Plus The report analyses how companies in the European software sector make use of open-source software (OSS) licences. It puts special focus on how software firms use intellectual property rights (IPR) to protect their business models that rely on OSS licenced software. OSS is now an integral part of software firms’ business models. By embedding OSS into their business models, firms may get strategic benefits related to the wider dissemination of software and a larger knowledge pool they can tap into. They are able to profit from their OSS involvement by combining it with other, proprietary, services and products, complementing OSS. The report shows how informal and formal IP protection methods help firms to convert market opportunities associated with OSS into profitable business models....Moins

Étiquettes: software - ip rights - licensing

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