In a newly expelled report, a European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) has analyzed certain websites or ‘business models’ that transgress on egghead skill rights, some of that that relies on bitcoin and TOR.
The EUIPO, a management that manages a EU trade mark and works alongside a IP offices of other EU member consecrated a investigate investigate on business models that actively transgress on egghead skill rights (IPR).
The study [PDF], consecrated in 2015 and expelled recently, highlights several methods and practices by that pirates and pirate-friendly domains use technologies to hedge authorities. Altogether, 25 websites or business models were identified. Websites that were built adult due to a “ingenuity” of IPR infringers who have even “outpaced” a growth of legitimate business models that are personification catch-up to bargain e-commerce business models, according to a report.
These models, according to a report, are regulating new technologies to distinction from bootleg IPR infringements. More specifically, technologies such as bitcoin and TOR, says a EUIPO.
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