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European citizens and Intellectual Property. Perception, awareness and behaviour

European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights

This survey updates the first perception study published by the Observatory in 2013, and provides further evidence of how IP rights (IPR) are perceived by EU citizens at a time when encouraging innova ...Mere This survey updates the first perception study published by the Observatory in 2013, and provides further evidence of how IP rights (IPR) are perceived by EU citizens at a time when encouraging innovation and creativity is increasingly the focus of economic policy....Mindre

Sprog: EN

Etiketter: study - perception - general public

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The Economic Cost of IPR Infringement in the Smartphones Sector

European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights

In 2016, EUIPO and ITU signed an agreement to collaborate in the publication of a study on the economic impact of intellectual property rights (IPR) infringement in smartphones. The present report is ...Mere In 2016, EUIPO and ITU signed an agreement to collaborate in the publication of a study on the economic impact of intellectual property rights (IPR) infringement in smartphones. The present report is the result of that agreement....Mindre

Sprog: EN

Etiketter: study - quantification of infringements

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The Economic Cost of IPR Infringement in the Pesticides Sector

European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights

This study focuses on the economic impact of counterfeit pesticides in the European Union marketplace and the wider costs for businesses, governments and society as a whole. The study refers only to m ...Mere This study focuses on the economic impact of counterfeit pesticides in the European Union marketplace and the wider costs for businesses, governments and society as a whole. The study refers only to manufacturing and so does not include wholesale and retail trade due to unavailability of official public data. The study covers the following products: Manufacture of insecticides, rodenticides, fungicides, herbicides, acaricides, molluscicides, and biocides; Manufacture of anti-sprouting products, plant growth regulators; Manufacture of disinfectants for agricultural and other uses; Manufacture of other agrochemical products, n.e.c. (not elsewhere classified)....Mindre

Sprog: EN

Etiketter: pesticides - counterfeiting - study - quantification of infringements

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Private Costs of Enforcement of IPR

European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights

The study is based on a survey of 1,291 companies in 14 EU Member States, which provided a detailed picture of the resources used to detect and combat infringements by both small and large companies. ...Mere The study is based on a survey of 1,291 companies in 14 EU Member States, which provided a detailed picture of the resources used to detect and combat infringements by both small and large companies. The costs included in the survey were: • Cost of employee time dedicated to IPR enforcement; • Cost of external legal assistance; • Court fees in connection with infringement-related litigation; • Storage and destruction costs; • Other infringement-related costs....Mindre

Sprog: English

Etiketter: private sector - enforcement - study

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Consumers' Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS) on Copyright - Summary Report

European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights

This Summary Report is part of the Observatory’s project dealing with the most frequently asked questions average consumers have in relation to copyright. 28 national copyright experts, in coordinatio ...Mere This Summary Report is part of the Observatory’s project dealing with the most frequently asked questions average consumers have in relation to copyright. 28 national copyright experts, in coordination with the competent authorities in the respective Member State, provided answers to 15 FAQs. The Summary Report provides a horizontal synthesis of these answers, and highlights relevant differences between national laws. The analysis of the answers revealed that the 15 FAQs can be grouped in three different categories: First, there is a degree of convergence on certain basic copyright principles. At the same time, the details and the implementation of these principles, as well as the exceptions to the principles, diverge between the EU Member States. The first category includes basic characteristics of copyright and related rights (with differences as to how protection is conceived and implemented), the principle of initial ownership (with differences as to exceptions to the principle and transfer of ownership), the principle of automaticity of protection, the general definition of infringement of copyright, the basic principles of copyright exploitation (with differences as to the modalities and to specific copyright limitations), the principle of protection by means of exclusive rights (with differences as to the scope of protection) and the protection against circumvention of technical protection measures (TPM). Second, on a number of issues, national copyright laws diverge significantly. The second category includes private copying, remuneration systems and copyright contracts. Third, several questions had not been clarified by legislation or case-law at the time the Summary Report was drafted. The third category comprises the issue of streaming, users’ liability for copyright relevant acts on social media, including linking and embedding, use of protected elements in virtual worlds, and assessment of the legality of sources found online....Mindre

Sprog: English

Etiketter: internet - consumers - copyright - report - digital content

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