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As the new Indonesian copyright law has raised some concerns from the IP community about its exceptions or permitted uses, Johnny Chan talks with local experts to reveal everything.
While trademark laws vary from country to country, the aim of stronger enforcement is the same globally. Lily Zhang talks to lawyers from different regions and explores what the region is doing to imp...
Across Asia, moviemakers release thousands of movies each year, often directly into the hands of infringers. Jeffrey Lee reports on what lawmakers and enforcement agencies are doing to protect this lo...
After 25 years of sanctions, investors have turned an optimistic eye toward Myanmar. The country once known as Burma is loosening restrictions and updating its laws as quickly as it can. Gregory Glass...
With stable economies and relatively strong growth rates, countries in Asia have seen rapid increases in technology licensing deals. Gregory Glass talks with experts from around the region about the t...
Who Wants What?   2014-03-31
A recent ruling by the Supreme Court of Thailand provides a reminder that individual artists can enforce their rights against infringers. Nuttaphol Arammuang reports from Bangkok.
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