Investigation Software Blog

Understanding the Difference Between Copyright and Trademark Infringement

Infringement (noun): “the action of breaking the terms of a law, agreement, etc.; violation.” At its core, breaching a business’s intellectual property is both damaging and morally irresponsible. Copyright and/or trademark infringement can leave a lasting mark on a company’s reputation, especially when the misrepresentation of a brand is directly ...

5 Examples of Dangerous Counterfeit Products

In this blog, we talk a lot about the various ways in which counterfeit products cause harm – mostly of the economic sort and involving companies and the people who are employed by them. But the people most directly impacted by counterfeit products are consumers. Those who unwittingly buy knockoffs are eventually blindsided with poor quality. Even ...

What's Considered Copyright Infringement?

Most people have at least a foggy idea of what copyright means -- that it provides an exclusive right of works held by the copyright holder. In more comprehensive language, copyright: is a legal right created by the law of a country that grants the creator of an original work exclusive rights for its use and distribution. This is usually only for ...