YouTuber in row over copyright infringement of his own song

YouTuber Paul Davids has been cited by the video platform for infringing the copyright of his own song.
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Apple to pay $500m for patent infringement

Apple has been ordered to pay $ 502m (£353m) to a company called VirnetX after being found guilty of infringing its security patents.
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FRAPA Backs CJ’s Allegation of Copyright Infringement Against Chinese Platform

FRAPA, an organization that represents television format producers and distributors, has backed allegations made by a South Korean company that a leading Chinese streaming platform infringed the copyright of one of its talent shows. At a panel event Sunday at the MipTV television conference and market in Cannes, France, FRAPA, the Format Recognition and Protection […]

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Tinder takes swipe at Bumble for ‘patent infringement’

Tinder’s parent company Match Group is suing Bumble for alleged patent infringement, reportedly while also attempting to buy it out.
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Run-DMC Files $50 Million Lawsuit Against Amazon and Wal-Mart for Trademark Infringement

Attorneys for the Run-D.M.C. brand have filed a $ 50 million lawsuit against Amazon Inc., Wal-Mart Stores Co., Jet.com and a few other outlets for trademark infringement and trademark dilution, among other things.
First reported by TMZ Thursday, the legal filing was made in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
The complaint, which includes numerous images of Run-D.M.C.-inspired products as they appeared on Amazon’s and Wal-Mart’s respective sites, alleges that the retailers are advertising, selling, manufacturing, promoting and distributing multiple Run-D.M.C. styled products. Eyewear, hats, T-shirts, wallets and patches are among the items referenced, some of which are said to use the Run-D.M.C. trademark. The complaint charges that the products being sold “confuse the public and suggest that Run-D.M.C. endorses the products.”
Homegrown in Hollis, Queens by Joseph Simmons, Darryl McDaniels and Jason Mizell, Run-D.M.C. helped define hip hop culture in the Eighties. Mizell, better known as “Jam Master Jay,” was shot and killed in his recording studio in Queens in 2002. Simmons, whose brother is the serial entrepreneur Russell, is widely recognized as “Reverend Run.”
Run-D.M.C. has a registered trademark with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The lawsuit claims that the Run-D.M.C. brand has produced revenue in excess

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