Ferrari threatened to sue a customer for trademark infringement for posting "distasteful" images that included the Ferrari brand.
- Scotland's space technology industry is booming, with a 12-fold increase in published space tech patents since 1969.
- Facebook was recently issued a patent to enable moderators to more easily censor content posted in groups. The tech includes a feature that would limit questionable content so that only the poster can see it.
- Nintendo's recent IP filings suggest new features for the Switch.
- Ford Motor Company's newest trademark suggests the company will soon offer new off-road packages. Check out the trademark application here.
Disney may have to go to trial if they want to continue their fight to prevent knockoff characters from appearing at birthday parties.
Are tattoos copies? And if so, should a copy on a human body be excluded from protection under the Copyright Act?
The 9th Circuit reversed a federal judge who had found that content streamers could be "cable system" eligible for compulsory licenses.
While Donald Trump's "nasty woman" insult was one of the most talked about moments of the last debate, it is also sparking conversations at the USPTO.