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“Pronounced Inaccuracies” in Press Reports on IP-Related Matters * TorrentFreak


newsprintPresented by the UK’s Intellectual Property Office, a report and initial review of UK news reporting of intellectual property matters makes for interesting reading.

The report is part of research into public perceptions of IP matters by analyzing news coverage of the five years ending 2022. By examining the frequency and framing of IP articles in newspapers, the study aims to understand how public opinion is influenced by the views expressed in various publications, ultimately narrowed down to the following:

Daily Mail, The Telegraph, The Independent, The Times, The Sunday Times, Daily Mirror, The Sun, Daily Express, Metro, Financial Times, Guardian, Observer, The Daily Star, Evening Standard.

The initial findings cover copyright, design, patent, and trademark issues, but mindful of our niche, our coverage here is mostly limited to the former.

Copyright Mentions

The review found that over the last decade, UK news articles mentioning “intellectual property” rose…

You can read the full Torrent Freak article here

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