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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INTERNATIONAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ALLIANCE, 2007 SPECIAL 301 REPORT: RUSSIAN FEDERATION 127, http://www.
INTERNATIONAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ALLIANCE, 2009 SPECIAL 301 REPORT: RUSSIAN FEDERATION 127, 122, http://www.
For several years, the International Intellectual Property Alliance ("IIPA") called for many key reforms in the Russian system, concerned especially with drastically increasing amounts of piracy of optical discs.
BEIRUT: The International Intellectual Property Alliance has officially asked the United States trade representative last week to keep Lebanon on the watch list for serious infringements of intellectual property rights.
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Summary: BEIRUT: The International Intellectual Property Alliance, an organization representing more than 1,900 companies that produce and distribute copyright-protected materials throughout the world, has asked the United States Trade Representative to keep Lebanon on the Watch List for serious infringements of intellectual property rights and severe copyright problems
Smith of the International Intellectual Property Alliance said his group was pleased that Kirk has pledged to use all the tools available to pursue copyright violations.
Brazil stands as the number one abuser of IP rights in the Western Hemisphere costing American businesses an estimated $900 million in losses in 2003 alone according to the International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA).
Summary: The International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA), an organization representing more than 1,300 companies that produce and distribute copyright-protected materials throughout the world, said that preliminary piracy-related losses incurred in Lebanon by copyright-based industries totaled.
BEIRUT: The International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA), an organization representing more than 1,300 companies that produce and distribute copyright-protected materials throughout the world, said that preliminary piracy-related losses incurred in Lebanon by copyright-based industries totaled $26.
In January 2001, due to a petition from the International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA) for a chronic lack of enforcement of copyright laws, the USTR placed Brazil on the Special 301 Watchlist, a list it will remain on during the extension review.
In January 2001, due to a petition from the International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA) for a chronic lack of enforcement of copyright laws, the United States Trade Representative (USTR) placed Brazil on the Special 301 Watchlist.
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