IP Justice’s “Top 10 Reasons to Reject the WIPO Broadcasting Treaty” (rev.2)

By |May 1st, 2006|

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Top 10 Reasons to Reject the WIPO Basic Draft Proposal for a Broadcasting Treaty

May 2006

1. Eliminates the public domain for audio and video programming.
The WIPO copyright committee’s Basic Draft Proposal for a Broadcasting Treaty endangers the public domain for copyrighted materials. It permits broadcasting corporations to […]

IP Justice Statement to the 14th Session of the WIPO Copyright Committee (SCCR)

By |May 1st, 2006|

IP JUSTICE STATEMENT
Regarding a Proposal for a Broadcasting Treaty
at the 14th Session of the WIPO Standing Committee on
Copyrights and Related Rights

1-5 May 2006
Thank you, Mr. Chairman.  I speak on behalf IP Justice, an international civil liberties organization that promotes balanced intellectual property law.  Based in San Francisco, IP Justice also maintains representatives in […]

Joint Statement from Civil Society Groups on WIPO Broadcasting Treaty [PDF format]

By |May 1st, 2006|

IP Justice Op-Ed: “WIPO Broadcasting Treaty Contains Unsupported Webcasting and ‘Digital Locks'” (IP-Watch)

By |May 1st, 2006|

IP Justice Statement Supporting Friends of Development Proposal for a Development Agenda at WIPO

By |February 23rd, 2006|

IP JUSTICE STATEMENT
on the GROUP of FRIENDS of DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL for a DEVELOPMENT AGENDA at WIPO

by IP Justice Executive Director Robin D. Gross
at the 1st Session of the Provisional Committee on Proposals Related to a WIPO Development Agenda
23 February 2006 – Geneva, Switzerland

Thank you, Mr. Chairman for this opportunity to comment on the Friends of […]

IP Justice Statement Supporting Chile’s Proposal for a Development Agenda at WIPO

By |February 21st, 2006|

IP JUSTICE STATEMENT
on CHILE’S PROPOSAL FOR A DEVELOPMENT AGENDA AT WIPO

by IP Justice Executive Director Robin D. Gross
at the 1st Session of the Provisional Committee on Proposals Related to a WIPO Development Agenda
21 February 2006 – Geneva, Switzerland

Thank you, Mr. Chairman and congratulations on your re-election.  I represent IP Justice, an international civil liberties organization […]

WIPO Resumes “Development Agenda” Talks; Developing Countries Continue Push for Balance at WIPO

By |February 20th, 2006|

IP Justice Media Release
20 February 2006

Contact: Robin D. Gross, IP Justice Executive Director
Telephone: +1.415.553.6261
Email: robin@ipjustice.org

WIPO Resumes “Development Agenda” Talks
Developing Countries Continue Push for Balance at WIPO

IP Justice is in Geneva this week as the second year of talks resume to debate a “Development Agenda” at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), the UN Specialized Agency […]

Chile’s WIPO Proposal for Examination of Limitations and Exceptions to Copyright

By |November 22nd, 2005|

Introduction of Development Agenda and IIMs

By |July 22nd, 2005|

IIM/3, 20-22 July 2005
IIM/2, 20-22 June 2005
IIM/1, 11-13 April 2005
General Assembly 31st meeting (GA/31), 27 September – 5 October 2004 and lead-ups to IIMs