International Intellectual Property Alliance

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International Intellectual Property Alliance

Also called the IIPA. An organization in the United States that seeks to protect members' copyrights internationally. The IIPA consists of seven trade associations representing print, film, television, software and similar sectors. It was established in 1984 and is based in Washington, D.C.
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The USTR conducts preliminary investigations to determine whether countries have IPR problems, (120) which may be self-initiated by the USTR or through petition by "interested persons,' (121) such as the IIPA.
The IIPA, which just issued its annual report on copyright piracy, cites the involvement of organized crime as another facet of piracy.
The cyberpark sits near a golf course and beach, but IIPA says it will take more than leisure attractions to lure investors to a country without intellectual property safeguards.
The IIPA called on the Lebanese government to take several actions that would yield immediate benefits to copyright industries.
According to Gartner, "The IIPA market consists of vendors providing the integration of individual portfolios - for investments, projects, assets and IT services - to present a more holistic story regarding the true state of the IT portfolio.
The IIPA stated that piracy remains a significant obstacle to legitimate business in Lebanon despite the authorities' incremental progress in fighting piracy, and added that piracy challenges remained largely unchanged in 2010.
In India, he was trained at Railway Staff College, Vadodra, Indian Railway Institute of Civil Engineers, Pune and IIPA Delhi.
In its annual report on piracy, the IIPA said Lebanese authorities have made some progress in combating piracy in the past two years in some sectors, despite serious political problems and instability.
Green Flash IIPA certainly opens strong, with a wonderful burst of fresh hop aroma.
In January 2001, due to a petition from the IIPA for a chronic lack of enforcement of copyright laws, the United States Trade Representative (USTR) placed Brazil on the Special 301 Watchlist.
Addressing on the occasion, the Vice President, who is also the President of IIPA, said that the whole purpose of establishing IIPA was to see the service of state to the public to be improved upon.