INTERPOL media release: Intellectual Property crime database veebruar 28, 2008Posted by Mikk Putk in All Posts in English, Copyright, creativity, Intellectual Property, IO tugistruktuurid, IP Organizations.
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INTERPOL launches Intellectual Property crime database
The database will be a unique central point for private industry worldwide to provide information on IP crime. One of its key functions will be to maintain reliable data on the scale of counterfeiting and piracy to determine more clearly the nature of crimes against brand and copyright integrity. INTERPOL’s specialist units at its headquarters in Lyon, France, will analyze data to seek possible links between IP crimes across different industry sectors, facilitate criminal investigations and develop strategic IP crime reports.
The INTERPOL Database on International Intellectual Property (DIIP) Crime is an autonomous iBase database containing information about transnational and organized intellectual property (IP) crimes.
It has been specifically developed to be a depository for private sector industry information about transnational and organized IP crime. The Database on International Intellectual Property (DIIP) Crime neither competes with established public sector IP crime databases nor duplicates existing IP crime data collection mechanisms.
Read more: IP Crime Database (DIIP)
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