Thailand’s Copyright Law 2537 (1994) Amendment

Copyright Law

Thailand’s Copyright Law 2537 (1994) Amendment

Thailand’s Copyright Demonstration B.E. 2537 (1994): Amendments and Impact Thailand’s Copyright Demonstration B.E. 2537 (1994) underwent its first significant reevaluation in 2015, two decades after its enactment in March 1995. The amendment primarily aimed to accommodate advancements in the digital era, where technological progress posed a substantial risk of escalating

IP Protection

Tech Firms’ IP Protection: 5 Common Pitfalls

The Crucial Step After Innovation: Protecting Your Intellectual Property In the competitive world of technology, groundbreaking ideas often take center stage, but safeguarding these innovations through patent protection is an equally vital step that organizations frequently overlook. Despite investing substantial time and resources into product development and promotion, many companies

Hailing Content

Twitter’s New Policy: Hailing Content

Twitter’s New Content Flagging Policy Twitter recently announced a new policy aimed at flagging what it deems as objectionable content from verified government officials, representatives, and candidates. This move prompts reflection on the impact of these changes. The Challenge of Responsible Expression In this era of instant connectivity and perpetuity

Understanding Copyright Law

Understanding Copyright Law: Rights & Limits

Understanding Copyright Protection in America Copyrights: A Constitutional Right Copyright stands as a crucial intellectual property right for individuals in the United States. Article 1, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution grants Congress the power to protect copyrights, providing “Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writings and