The annual celebration of World Book Day always makes me think of copyright. Concepts of copyright can be traced back to ancient Greek culture, ancient Jewish law and ancient Roman law.
Copyright protects many types of creative works, such as music, books, drawings, paintings, computer software and films. Copyright protection is automatic once something has been created and usually lasts for the lifetime of the author plus a further 70 years.
Vehicle crime has come a long way since the first highwaymen hijacked coaches on the turnpike roads surrounding 17th century London.
I recently returned from my annual copyright and intellectual property (IP) enforcement trip to China.
For those seeking inspiration from intellectual property this summer – try Tenby.
The latest Online Copyright Infringement (OCI) tracker was released today to mark British IP Day.
Summer has well and truly arrived in the UK, with temperatures hitting 30 degrees in certain areas this week.
In May 2016, the government launched its enforcement strategy, 'Protecting creativity, supporting innovation: IP enforcement 2020'.
On planet earth there are around 7.6 billion people, and a third of them play computer games.
Investment in intangible assets is becoming increasingly important in the modern economy.
Children are spending more time online than ever before and are starting to use technology and engage with social media at an increasingly young age.