More than 1,000 Pirated Sites and Illegal Application Domains Have Been Blocked in Indonesia

A new study of the online content viewing behavior of Indonesian consumers reveals that nearly two-thirds (63 percent) have accessed pirated streaming sites or torrent websites to access premium content without paying a subscription fee. Based on the results of a survey conducted by YouGov, commissioned by the Coalition Against Continue Reading

Software Piracy Perpetrators Are Threatened With Fines Of IDR 1 Trillion

The use of computers and other gadgets in Indonesia is quite high. However, the growth in the hardware sector is said to be not directly proportional to the official software adoption rate. This is why consultant company Indonesia is needed. A study proves that the majority of Indonesians still prefer Continue Reading

This is how Indonesia fights against piracy

The internet must be a safe place as more and more businesses are conducted online. Neil Gane, General Manager, AVIA Coalition Against Piracy (CAP), highlighted cases of content piracy that are still rife. “People do not accept open theft in shops and the same thing should also apply in cyberspace,” Continue Reading

Can foreigners register trademarks in Indonesia?

Since 2018, a dispute over the ‘Superman’ brand has occurred in Indonesia. Many law firms in Indonesia decided to study this case. The result certainly surprised all parties because it turned out that the Supreme Court’s decision last May won the local Superman from Surabaya as the legitimate brand owner Continue Reading

Public Awareness in Protecting Design and Industrial Rights is Still Low

The level of public awareness in registering design and industrial rights is still low. This is inseparable from a lack of understanding regarding the meaning of protecting creativity. Based on the records of the Directorate General of Intellectual Property Rights (HKI) of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights, registration Continue Reading