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 IIPA report affirms that the Ministry of Commerce and Industry has been especially cooperative and committed to fighting piracy.
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The IIPA points the blames squarely at the government.
The International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA), an umbrella group of seven US associations of content providers, went as far as to suggest in 2009 that the US trade department should put Bulgaria back on its Section 301 watch list, a move that the report's authors make when "particular problems exist in that country with respect to intellectual property rights protection, enforcement or market access for persons relying on intellectual property."