News 2024.

Apple takes a bite out of retail

Apple stores are more than just places to buy iPhones and MacBooks – they are experiences. We have all been to an Apple store and seen the distinct look and feel. From the sleek wooden tables to the iconic glass staircases. The ...

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Navigating the changes: privacy law reforms in 2024

Privacy is paramount, especially in today's digital age where our personal information is constantly being collected, stored, and shared. The Australian Government is set to make significant changes to privacy laws to protect ...

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Navigating social media influencer requirements

In recent years, social media influencers have transformed the way brands engage with consumers. Influencers carry significant power in shaping trends, opinions and purchasing decisions of consumers. However, this newfound influence ...

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The unknown songwriter – AI music and copyright law

In an era where artificial intelligence continues to redefine the boundaries of creativity, recent developments in the music industry have brought copyright law into uncharted waters. With AI now capable of generating songs in the ...

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Domain name disputes: the Wild West of the internet

In the vast expanse of the internet, domain names are like digital storefronts, essential for businesses and individuals to stake their claim online. However, amidst the plethora of legitimate domain registrations, a darker practice ...

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IP Australia trade mark pick list gets an upgrade

1.            Introduction IP Australia is replacing the current Trade Marks Goods and Services list (aka the picklist) with the Madrid Goods and Services list (Madrid List) in March 2024. This change will: bring ...

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