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World Intellectual Property Organization

Also called WIPO. An agency of the United Nations that seeks to protect intellectual property globally. It administers a number of international treaties and provides information about and for patent offices (or the equivalent) in most countries. It was established in 1967 and is based in Geneva.
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Mass Media Director Yussef Mohammed highlighted the steps taken by the Kingdom to promote awareness on copyright and intellectual property, and consolidate complementarity with all relevant parties in regard, noting that Bahrain has been committed to copyright laws and conventions since its ratification of the Convention Establishing the World intellectual Property Organisation in 1995.
She has asked the World Intellectual Property Organisation to order the handover of the site, which is owned by New Jersey entre-preneur Dan Parisi, who runs a successful pornography site.
But an arbitrator for the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) in Geneva ruled that a California resident who registered the domain name www.
PCT is an authority administered by the WIPO - The World Intellectual Property Organisation, in Geneva.
The Next Generation"-the slogan adopted by the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) this year.
Geneva: Oman took part in the deliberations of the 19th session of the Inter-governmental Committee on Intellectual Property, Genetic Resources, Traditional Knowledge and Folklore, which was held at the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) HQs' in Geneva.
Ryanair complained to the World Intellectual Property Organisation that the domain name infringed on its trademarks and should therefore be transferred into Ryanair's possession.
The World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) said Mr Burgar had capitalised on the goodwill associated with the fame of others for his own illegitimate purposes.
The World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) ruled that the domain names should belong to the authors and ordered Hogarth to hand them over.
The seminar is being organised by the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) in collaboration with the Public Authority of Craft Industries (PACI).

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