Global Copyright Protection Report

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on February 17, 2003

The International Intellectual Property Alliance industry trade group issued a press release, in PDF, discussing recommendations it made to the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative to combat global Internet piracy. In addition, the group published a study, 2003 Special 301 Report on Global Copyright Protection and Enforcement, that reviews piracy in 63 countries and contends that U.S. trade loses from activities in 52 of these countries totaled $9.2 billion in 2002. The report provides detailed data on which countries should remain on the USTR Priority Watch List.

Posted in Copyright, Cybercrime

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