New Initiatives at Philippines IP Office

The Philippines Government recognises Intellectual property as indespensible to the development of domestic and creative activity, facilitating transfer of technology, attracting foreign investments, and ensuring market access for our products. Hence, the government resolves to protect and secure the exclusive rights of scientists, inventors, artists and other gifted citizens to their intellectual property and creations, […]

Malaysia Cyber Rogues Unleashed – The relevance of Intellectual Property Rights

Cyber Rogues who fake websites to deceive buyers into making them believe that the goods are real and being delivered are overwhelmingly increasing in Malaysia. The number of computer security intrusions in 2005 were approximately 660 cases involving business transactions involving ‘.com’ and ‘.net’ websites, 42 non-governmental organizations that involves the ‘.org’, 79 cases involving […]

Singapore Police Raids For Illegal Software

The Business Software Alliance (BSA) has called on businesses to take immediate steps for ensuring that they are using only legal and licensed software following a raid on 18 June 2007 by the Singapore Police Force on a Land Surveying Professional Consultancy for suspected use of unlicensed and illegal software. The police raid, prompted by […]