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Intellectual Property: Strategy for Targeting Organized Piracy Requires Changes for Long-Term Success
Loren Yager (au)
U.S. government efforts to protect & enforce intellectual property (IP) rights are crucial to preventing billions of dollars in losses & mitigating health & safety risks from trade in counterfeit & pirated goods. These efforts are coordinated through the Nat. Intellectual Property Law Enforcement Coordination Council (NIPLECC), created by Congress in 1999, & the Strategy for Targeting Organized Piracy (STOP), initiated by the Bush admin. in 2004. This report describes the evolution of NIPLECC & STOP, assesses the extent to which STOP addresses the desirable characteristics of an effective nat. strategy, & evaluates the challenges to implementing a strategy for protecting & enforcing IP rights. Includes recommendations. Illustrations.
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