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Half of businesses vulnerable if intellectual property stolen

Survey reveals SMEs do not have adequate protection against software theft

At last! Let’s give the Digital Economy Act a chance to deliver

FAST welcomes OFCOM draft code and consultation process

Software theft – go whistle for it!

We still don’t care! Latest FAST Whistleblowers Survey reveals a staggering 62% of the UK workforce are still unaware of whistle blowing legislation designed to protect them and nor would they report malpractice.

FAST Legal Advisory Group (FLAG) to lead debate on the latest developments in IP

Experts gather to discuss IP law at event on 13th June 2012, at Latham & Watkins LLP, London

Software – Stay Legal campaign arrives in London

FAST to educate Law Enforcement agents in the capital to help boost UK economy by stopping software piracy

Battle against software piracy is far from over, says FAST

BSA Global Software Piracy Study points to a rapid increase in software piracy and a worrying lack of deterrence

Technology steals a march in the battle against the pirates and yet the UK is still to enact the Digital Economy Act

Latest study indicates that VPNs are the latest weapon in the online piracy war

FAST backs court ruling blocking access to The Pirate Bay

Industry body welcomes further law enforcement on blocking access to website

World Intellectual Property Day gives robust message to the UK – “without clear knowledge ownership, economic growth will stall”

A host of leaders in intellectual property have been assembled at the House of Commons for this year’s World Intellectual Property Day on 26 April 2012.

Speaking on the critical importance of intellectual property, Baroness Wilcox, minister for IP, and Dr Guriqbal Singh Jaiya, Director of...

Is the IPO in danger of ‘straying from its true purpose’?

The Federation Against Software Theft (FAST) is concerned about the Intellectual Property Office possibly expanding its remit in a way that could interfere with the role of the courts to decide on the extent of copyright.

Responding to the IPO’s recent consultation where it asked whether...