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Qualcomm accuses US tech group of disregarding Chinese court’s infringement ruling
Chipmaker to file suits in Chinese courts after already winning injunction on older models
New technologies can unlock the benefits of old information
Most ideas used to be shut down early, but digitisation allows many to survive
Geospatial data, big tech and the specter of monopoly.
An EU proposal that pits YouTube against the music industry means creations such as memes will go
The founders of kitchenware maker Joseph Joseph face a challenge from Chinese fakes
Drinks group says fraud and theft complaint from Mexican entrepreneur is ‘without merit’
Susan Wojcicki warns that article 13 proposal sets video site an ‘impossible’ task
OECD warns some parity in innovation will be reached only in 2080
Fight the power.
Won't you help to sing, these songs of freedom?
As the European patent on AbbVie’s Humira expires, biosimilars are ready to target $20bn market
Qatar launches WTO challenge while beIN Corporation starts arbitration case
Qatar’s beIN Sports accuses Saudi Arabia of stealing content despite denials from Riyadh
Legal fight against Qualcomm now goes to full US International Trade Commission
Draft plans would force internet companies to pre-filter uploaded content
Reforms vital to curb internet giants’ advantage over content creators, says Brussels
The UN is discussing who owns the genetic sequences of millions of marine creatures
Purdue owner Richard Sackler listed as inventor of drug to wean addicts off painkillers
Protecting famous EU products from imitators emerges as sticking point in talks
UK insists on right to reassess geographical indicators
IBM, your friendly local coffee dealer.
Redcore had said its browser was ‘innovative and world-leading’
The reported return of the music industry is overblown, for now.