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Patents, Copyright

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Organizations relating to Patents, Copyright

International Bureau of the Societies Administering the Rights of Mechanical Recording and Reproduction / Est. 1929
International Patent Documentation Centre / Est. 1972
Working Group of European Librarians and Publishers
Patent Documentation and Information Centre / Est. 1978
Benelux Organization for Intellectual Property / Est. 2006
International Intellectual Property Institute / Est. 1998
Pacific Intellectual Property Association / Est. 1970
Scandinavian Patent Committee / Est. 1955
Community Patent Interim Committee / Est. 1975
Protocol 3 Annexed to the Universal Copyright Convention / Est. 1952
Inter-American Copyright Institute / Est. 1973
International Patent, Trade Mark and Copyright Institute
Committee of National Institutes of Patent Agents / Est. 1956
ICC Counterfeiting Intelligence Bureau / Est. 1984
International Copyright Society / Est. 1954
Budapest Union for the International Recognition of the Deposit of Microorganisms for the Purposes of Patent Procedure / Est. 1977
Union for the International Patent Classification / Est. 1975
European Union Intellectual Property Office / Est. 1994
World Copyright Organization
International Patent Institute / Est. 1947
Convention on the Unification of Certain Points of Substantive Law on Patents for Invention / Est. 1963
Association of Caribbean Copyright Societies / Est. 2000
African Institute for Research and Training on Copyright
Eurasian Patent Convention / Est. 1994
European Patent Organisation

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World Problems relating to Patents, Copyright

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Avoidance of copyright
Corporate control of genetic material
Excessive cost of medical drugs
Restrictive business practices in relation to patents and trademarks
Monopolization of agricultural genetic resources
Impairments of pelvic floor function
Inadequate patent licensing system
Copyright barriers to transfer of knowledge
Theft of trade secrets
Suppression of information by security classification
Restrictive cross-licensing agreements
Abuse of photograph copyright
Patent abuse
Irresponsible pharmaceutical advertising
Monopolization of information about software development
Expiry of drug patent
Exclusive proprietary systems

Action Strategies relating to Patents, Copyright

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Providing patent coverage
Advising about intellectual property rights
Preventing computer infringement of intellectual property rights
Protecting intellectual property
Improving patent licensing system
Applying international copyright principles
Linking national patent offices
Managing patent documentation
Developing intellectual property rights systems in biodiversity conservation
Evaluating effects of world trade agreements on intellectual property rights
Reporting plagiarism
Protecting intellectual copyright of artists
Purchasing technological patents for transfer on non-commercial terms
Patenting software
Preventing abuse of environmentally sound technology intellectual property rights
Recognizing ownership of proprietary partnerships
Acknowledging claims to committed techniques
Abolishing unethical patenting of transgenic animals
Facilitating transfer of privately-owned environmentally sound technology
Improving information systems on intellectual property

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