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2 October 2019

YouTube pulls down video spoof of protest anthem ‘Glory to Hong Kong’ over copyright infringement accusations

Author: South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

The video-sharing platform YouTube… removed a controversial video version of the protest anthem Glory to Hong Kong with lyrics changed to be supportive of police and disparaging of the anti-government movement....

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25 September 2019

China plans to launch controversial social credit rating system for 33 million firms

Author: South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

“China pushing ahead with controversial corporate social credit rating system for 33 million firms”, 17 Sep 2019...

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9 August 2019

Commentary: Monsanto’s Legal Strategy in Argentina from a Human Rights Perspective

Author: Mirka Fries, Andres Lopez Cabello, Santiago Sanchez

On 16 April 2019, the Supreme Court of Argentina rejected a claim filed by Monsanto, seeking patent protection for genetically modified (GM) seeds in Argentina. The decision is based on article 35 of the Argentine Patents and Utility Model Law No. 24...

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21 July 2019
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Author: Servindi (Perú)

“Guaraníes reclaman al mercado global por uso de la stevia” 17 de julio de 2019...

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23 May 2019
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Author: AFP et Le Monde (France)

« Des Indiens du Panama accusent Nike de violation de la propriété intellectuelle », 22 mai 2019...

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20 May 2019

Pepsico India has a potato issues with farmers

Farmers from Gujarat were sued by the US Multinational Pepsico for ‘illegally’ growing potatoes of a certain variety that has been registered by Pepsico India. This potato variety is used in the manufacture of 'Lays' chips. Demanding damages worth Rs 1...

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15 April 2019
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Author: Christopher Rowland, The Washington Post (USA)/Grupo de Trabalho Sobre Propriedade Intelectual (Brazil)

“Contribuinte paga pesquisas e farmacêuticas lucram com patentes concedidas pelo governo”, 1º de abril de 2019...

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23 November 2018

Danish Institute for Human Rights publishes mapping on women in business & human rights

Author: Danish Institute for Human Rights

"Women in business and human rights", 21 Nov 2018...

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12 November 2018

Report highlights implications of growing use of artificial intelligence in legal practice for companies & lawyers

Author: Samantha Thorne, Diplomatic Courier

"Report: AI in the Law", 8 Nov 2018...

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25 September 2018
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Felizmente liminar foi concedida pela justiça federal que determinou a anulação do ato administrativo do Instituto Nacional da Propriedade Industrial (INPI) que concedia a patente do fármaco antiviral sofosbuvir em favor das empresas Gilead Pharmasset...

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