The U.S. and China compete in many vital areas. Intellectual property, which affects everything from semiconductors to luxury goods, is among the most contested. Not
Damage to the Global Economy From Counterfeit Goods Exceeds $300 Billion; Risk of Injury, too
Counterfeit goods caused an estimated $323 billion of damage to the global economy in 2018, a conservative estimate. These fake products, according the the Visual
‘All of America’ Puts the Spotlight on the Biden Admin to Boost R&D, Minority Entrepreneurs
President-elect Biden’s ambitious initiatives in R&D investment, diversity and stopping IP theft from People’s Republic of China have little chance of succeeding if his administration
Chinese Leader Xi Jinping Calls for strengthening IP protection and “enhancing its importance”
Secretary General of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, Xi Jinping, acknowledged this month that protecting IP rights was necessary for pursuing development.
Students Need Expanded Skills to Compete in a digital world; media and IP literacy matter
With the growth of fake news and digital piracy, the ability to access, analyze and evaluate using all forms of communication, known as media literacy,
U.S. Trade Representative’s ‘Notorious Markets List’ cites a growing range of Intellectual Property pirates and counterfeiters
Commercial-scale copyright piracy and trademark counterfeiting are growing, whether they emanate from illegal online entities or physical locations within particular nations. They result in significant
Cost and Sources of Global Intellectual Property Theft include China and the U.S.
The estimated global value of counterfeit and pirated products in 2015 was an estimated $1.7 trillion. It is at least $500 billion higher today. This
China is seeking to place Wang Binying as Dir General of the World Intellectual Property Organization
Beijing hopes place the next Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), the leading association for establishing global standards for the protection IP.
Counterfeit Goods are a Tool for Terrorism, joint EU report findings show
Most criminal activity involving counterfeiting is carried out by increasingly “professionalised” organized crime networks and suggest it is being use to support a range of
‘Fakes’ cost the EU more than 60 billion EUR annually; smaller nations suffer most
Counterfeit goods cost the UK, Italy and Germany the most lost revenue in the EU. However, Romania, Bulgaria and Lithuania are the hardest hit nations
China IP Education Initiative Targets Primary and Secondary Students – “Children Can Influence Parents”
China has come a long way in many areas of innovation and technology, including intellectual property education for which it has assumed a leadership position.
Google for Education announces originality reports to prevent student plagiarism
In time for the new school year, Google, the search and technology company owned by Alphabet, has expanded its K-12 education platform to include a