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The LawBytes Podcast, Episode 5: “A Huge Threat to How the Internet Functions Now”

Most treaties are negotiated behind closed doors with no text made available until after a deal has been reached. Yet there is a treaty with enormous implications for the Internet, copyright, and broadcasting that has been hidden in plain sight for the better part of two decades. This week, the World Intellectual Property Organization resumes discussions in Geneva on a proposed Broadcasting Treaty. To introduce WIPO, the proposed treaty, and its implications, Jamie Love of Knowledge Ecology International joins this week’s LawBytes podcast. Love warns that the treaty could extend the term of copyright for broadcast content, create a wedge between broadcasters and Internet streaming services, and even result in new restrictions on the use of streaming video.

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April 1, 2019 0 comments Podcasts

KEI’s Summary of the 15th Round of TPP Talks

KEI has posted a helpful summary of the key developments at the most recent round of negotiations on the Trans Pacific Partnership.

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December 12, 2012 Comments are Disabled Must Reads

KEI on Canada’s Entry to TPP Negotiations

KEI has responded to the USTR’s request for comment on Canada’s proposed entry into the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations. Its response identifies several issues including concerns over the inclusion of copyright term in the agreement.

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January 12, 2012 Comments are Disabled Must Reads

More ACTA Analysis – KEI and Knopf

Great analysis on the latest ACTA draft from KEI (here and here) as well as Howard Knopf, who focuses on “ex officio” enforcement.

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September 13, 2010 Comments are Disabled Must Reads

ACTA’s Injunction and Damages Provisions

KEI has published an exhaustive analysis of ACTA's current injunction and damages provisions, noting that ACTA's injunction provisions are significantly more restrictive than the provisions found in TRIPs.

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April 8, 2010 Comments are Disabled Must Reads