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Canada is finally implementing the new provisions set out in the “Trade-marks Regulations”
The sale of counterfeit products currently represents 2.5% of global imports according to the OECD, amounting to more than USD 460 billion. Up to 5% of goods imported into the European Union are counterfeited goods. The sale of these counterfeited products concerns a range of industries, from luxury products and technological products to consumer goods.
The new Industrial Design Act came into effect in Zambia on June 6, 2016. It substantially amends the former law of 1958.
The power of this new communication tool in our connected society is undeniable, especially due to the growth of Twitter, which now has over 300 million active users and was the very first social network where a hashtag was used. What is the appropriate legal stance for this symbol and on what basis can it be protected?