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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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It is inspired by modern West Coast IIPAs with low yeast ester presentation to let the aroma hops shine.
The IIPA stated that piracy remained a significant obstacle to legitimate business in Lebanon despite the authorities' incremental progress in fighting such activity.
Rusia, Grecia, Italia, Espana, los Estados Unidos, entre otros, son casos donde la proteccion a la propiedad intelectual es un objeto en disputa (vease Clark, 1996: 29; La Croix y Konan, 2002; IIPA 2005; Intelectual Property Journal, 2001 y 2002).
IIPA, 2005 SPECIAL 301 REPORT, supra note 13, at 28.
1967), Machinery and procedures for redress of citizen grievances, IIPA, New Delhi.
133) The IIPA maintains that this is a violation of TRIPS Part Ill, Section 2, Article 46, which gives judges "the authority to order that materials and implements the predominant use of which has been in the creation of the infringing goods be, without compensation of any sort, disposed of outside the channels of commerce in such a manner as to minimize the risks of further infringements.
Of all the ten conversations presented to the jury, only the conversations with Miller carried the risk of an IIPA charge (though Miller testified Libby gave her no indication Ms.
If things get really ugly, producers may point out (from that same IIPA report) that workers in the media biz earn 40% more than the average American stiff, some $70,000 a year.
The IIPA (International Intellectual Property Alliance) estimates piracy rates in Russia for several sectors at as much as 80% in 2005.
After setting the background, I discuss the IIPA and the related Espionage Act, focusing on why no one has yet been charged with violating these laws.
112) Through its membership in the IIPA, the MPAA has influenced the USTR to pressure Taiwan to improve its copyright law and enforcement under "Special 301.