Joint Strategic Plan for Intellectual Property Enforcement, Voluntary Best Practices Study (2013-14702)

“Today, the Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator (IPEC) released
the Administration’s Joint Strategic Plan for Intellectual Property Enforcement. The Strategy notes that the Administration encourages the private sector to help reduce intellectual property infringement that occurs online – such as copyright piracy and trademark counterfeiting – by developing and implementing cooperative, voluntary initiatives that are practical, effective and consistent with due process, free speech, privacy of users and competition. The Administration encourages all participants in such voluntary initiatives to continue cooperating with all interested stakeholders to ensure that the initiatives are as effective and transparent as possible.”

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One thought on “Joint Strategic Plan for Intellectual Property Enforcement, Voluntary Best Practices Study (2013-14702)

  1. Anonymous says:

    The joint strategic plan for IPR enforcement is a welcome development for a zero tolerance policy against intellectual property infringement. A long term, consistent and well coordinated effort has to be made by the brand owners and the government to combat this counterfeiting problem. There should be a relentless vigilance on the part of the brand owner to plug the recurrence of counterfeiters.

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