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IPOPHL issues fair use guidelines to clarify rules on copyright exceptions

The IPOPHL noted that the elements of each fair use act must be carefully analyzed to accurately identify circumstances where fair use principles apply. Otherwise, the public should be proactive in obtaining permission and crediting the creators of original works.

IPOPHL reports record-high copyright registration in 2023

Data from IPOPHL show that copyright registrations totaled 6,522, a 76% increase from the 3,706 registrations in 2022.

SC recommends exemption of small biz in copyright infringement cases

To craft a more equitable copyright system, the Supreme Court (SC) has recommended that exemptions for small businesses be considered by Congress in addition to the existing limitations in copyright infringement cases under the Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines (IP Code).

DTI warns training centers on copyright of PH National Standards

The Department of Trade and Industry - Bureau of Philippine Standards (DTI-BPS) has called on commercial training centers to “cease reproducing -- digitally or in print -- copies of standards developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), including those adopted as Philippine National Standards (PNS), as such practice constitutes copyright infringement”.

House bill gives IPOPHL power to shut online violators of copyright

The Intellectual Property Office (IPOPHL) should have the power to disable access to websites that are being used to infringe on copyrights or facilitate copyright infringement, according to Kabayan party-list representative Ron P. Salo, who is pushing for the passage of House Bill 8001.
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