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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(26.) INTERNATIONAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ALLIANCE, 2009 SPECIAL 301 REPORT: RUSSIAN FEDERATION 127, 122, http://www.iipa.com/rbc/2009/2009SPEC301RUSSIA.pdf.
El grupo privado International Intellectual Property Alliance (UPA) ha declarado que es necesario revisar de inmediato las practicas en seis paises para controlar la pirateria.
Cable TV pirating has been rampant in Lebanon for a number of years, with movie studios alone having lost an estimated $8 million in 1998, according to the International Intellectual Property Alliance.
achieve intellectual property objectives."(11) The Korean case remains open because the private actors who have been monitoring Korean compliance - the International Intellectual Property Alliance and the PMA - have been disappointed in Korea's performance.
Summary: The International Intellectual Property Alliance has officially asked the US trade representative last week to keep Lebanon on the watch list for serious infringements of intellectual property rights.
According to the International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA), piracy levels in Kenya now stand at 78 percent, the highest in Africa.
Private sector group International Intellectual Property Alliance (DIPA) tells U.S.
Las empresas de EU perdieron US$12.400 millones debido a la pirateria, segun la International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA).
The International Intellectual Property Alliance, which represents more than 1,900 companies that produce and distribute copyright-protected materials throughout the world, asked the U.S.
companies lost US$124 billion because of worldwide copyright piracy, says the International Intellectual Property Alliance.
The USTR "accepted for review" in September 2003 a petition from the International Intellectual Property Alliance to have the U.S.
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
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