How can you teach young people about the value and importance of copyright?
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.
There is no such thing as a regular day when you work for the IPO Campaigns and Education Team.
Three avid footy fans I spoke to recently were on the ball when it came to protecting their brand.
Protect it, or forget it. Design, that is! Why? Only good design gets copied so many designers may run the risk of their IP being infringed.
With the new football season under way, once again fans have to contend with changes to team kits.
The IPO Campaigns and Education team have had the pleasure to work with both when promoting IP to schools, as well as Shaun the Sheep!
When it comes to the development of a global brand in a cut throat market, The Great British Bake Off takes the biscuit. It bakes the biscuit.
The government receives a wide range of submissions, from a wide range of organisations and individuals, all with the overriding objective of helping us understand the particular issues facing them and their business.
How can you use a copyright work when the rights-holder cannot be found? This is the issue with so called orphan works.