With the U.S. Special 301 Report set for release today, Consumers International has released its own IP Watchlist. This list of 16 countries found that consumers benefit most from the laws in India and South Korea, while the UK is the most restrictive. It also noted that the U.S. applies a double standard, with "far more flexibility for U.S. consumers than for people in the countries they criticize."
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