The International Trademark Association (INTA) and International Chamber of Commerce have issued a release on ACTA urging countries to drop the de minimis provision that is designed to allay fears of iPod searching border guards. The two associations argue that the exception "sends the wrong message to consumers."
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I referenced this report in my posting on Warner Bros., but it merits specific mention as a must-read. The Financial Times reports that the OECD is about to release a report on the impact of global counterfeiting and piracy. It places the impact at $200 billion annually, a far cry […]
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