How to fight piracy locally and globally; some ideas from the Global Copyright Enforcement Forum

This year, the traditional Anti-Piracy Breakfast held at Frankfurt Book Fair and co-organized every year by the International Publishers Association (IPA), the Association of American Publishers (AAP), and the UK Publishers Association (PA) was rebranded and moved to Wednesday afternoon.

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Copibec v Université Laval Class Action: Publication of notice to members

The Société québécoise de gestion collective des droits de reproduction, known as Copibec, has launched a 'notice to members' across a range of international francophone news media as the first step towards its class action against Université Laval, in Quebec City. 

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IPA secretaries general pen chapter for WIPO tome on ‘Traditional Knowledge’

Current IPA Secretary General José Borghino and his predecessor Jens Bammel have co-written a chapter for a book compiled by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) called Protecting Traditional Knowledge.

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Educational publishers show WIPO delegates how copyright enables vital teaching innovations

Educational publishers from around the world showed delegates at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) today how copyright has enabled them to invest in the innovation that is shaping the future of school-age learning.

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Educational publishers to showcase innovations at WIPO event organized by IPA, FEP and Bertelsmann

Educational publishers from Brazil, Mexico, South Africa and the United Arab Emirates will next week demonstrate ways they are changing classroom learning, before international delegates at the world Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), in Geneva, during a key debate on educational copyright exceptions and related issues.

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Charles Clark Memorial Lecture 2017: Veteran copyright frenemies trade polite blows over ‘fair use’

No one expected US judge Pierre Leval or preeminent American copyright lawyer Jon Baumgarten – respective champions of the ‘for’ and ‘against’ camps in the global US-style ‘fair use’ conversation – to give ground when they squared up this month at the 2017 Charles Clark Memorial Lecture, delivered in an experimental debate-format.

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