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Can You Trust FaceApp With Your Face?
Over 150 million people worldwide recently downloaded the very popular FaceApp after Hollywood celebrities started posting images of their edited faces in a social media challenge using the hashtag
South Africa
14 Aug 2019
2
Considering A Rebrand? The Copyright Conundrum
Have you enlisted the assistance of a third-party graphic designer to create a new logo or corporate identity for your rebrand?
South Africa
14 Aug 2019
3
Who Is The Boss Of Your Cake?
Fans of reality TV shows will be familiar with shows like "Cake Boss", which pit the worlds best confectioners against each other to produce the most extravagantly and intricately
South Africa
14 Aug 2019
4
The Rise Of Blockchain Technology And How Intellectual Property Law Could Benefit From It
It is clear from these examples that blockchain has the potential to greatly benefit the field of IP and business.
South Africa
15 Jul 2019
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Research And Development In South Africa: A Must-Read For Any Business Operating In South Africa
In 2006, the South African Government introduced a tax-incentive scheme aimed at increasing scientific and technological research and development expenditure by businesses throughout all sectors in South Africa.
South Africa
15 Jul 2019
6
Is My Work Original Enough?
It is often said that there is nothing new under the sun, and that re-inventing the wheel is often a futile effort. Intellectual Property (IP) refers to creations of the mind, for example:
South Africa
26 Jun 2019
7
What To Do When Your Product Is Copied
South Africa has seen a dramatic rise in entrepreneurial activity with many seeking to launch new products into the marketplace.
South Africa
25 Jun 2019
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How Does An Intellectual Property Due Diligence Assist In Mitigating Risk During Licensing Negotiations?
The value of intellectual property assets in companies is often overlooked or underestimated when it comes to licensing, mergers and acquisitions.
South Africa
21 May 2019
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A Simple Understanding Of Counterfeit Law In South Africa
Eradicating counterfeit goods in the South African market is essential to its economy.
South Africa
16 Apr 2019
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Don't Forget The Utility Model
Inventors often (hopefully always) look at ways to protect their inventions to gain the most benefit for them.
South Africa
16 Apr 2019
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South Africa
16 Apr 2019
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How A "House Of Bonang" Can House Its IP
As most of you already know, Bonang Matheba, one of South Africa's leading media personalities, launched her own range of sparkling wine (MCC) called "HOUSE OF BNG" on Monday, 18 March 2019.
South Africa
11 Apr 2019
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Calling All Creatives And Entrepreneurs
Are you a creative? In the fashion industry or any design sector?
South Africa
28 Mar 2019
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What Constitutes Copyright And How Can It Be Protected?
The owner of copyright in a work is by statute given the exclusive right to perform certain specified acts in respect of his or her work or to authorise others to do so and hence to prevent
South Africa
5 Mar 2019
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In What Circumstances May A Foreign Licensor Be Taxed On Its Income In South Africa?
In general, non-resident licensors are only subject to tax in South Africa on income that is attributable to a permanent establishment in South Africa of that licensor; or to the extent that tax is
South Africa
5 Mar 2019
16
Software Licensing
Does South African law recognise the validity of ‘perpetual' software licences?
South Africa
5 Mar 2019
17
Baby Shark In Dangerous European Waters
In 2015, the creators of the YouTube channel, PinkFong, published the Baby Shark music video on its channel. However, it was in 2018 that the song became a global phenomenon, to the extent that it currently has over 2.1 billion views on YouTube.
European Union
1 Mar 2019
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What Constitutes Copyright In South Africa And How Can It Be Protected?
The owner of copyright in a work is by statute given the exclusive right to perform certain specified acts in respect of his or her work or to authorise others to do so and hence to prevent unauthorised persons from performing those acts.
South Africa
28 Feb 2019
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Crowd-Sourcing And Intellectual Property Considerations
By exploring the possibilities of ideas crowdsourcing, businesses open themselves up to a wide range of fresh talent and concepts in their efforts to stimulate innovation.
South Africa
13 Dec 2018
20
Intellectual Property And The Shape Of Things
Recently one of the leading producers of soy sauce, the Kikkoman Corporation, was finally able to have its soy sauce dispenser bottle registered as a 3-D trade mark in Japan.
South Africa
26 Nov 2018
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