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Anti-Counterfeiting Technology Guide

European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights

The Observatory, on the basis of the research and documentation provided by the Italian Patent and Trade Mark Office, and with the support of members of the Anti-Counterfeiting Technologies Expert Gro ...Mere The Observatory, on the basis of the research and documentation provided by the Italian Patent and Trade Mark Office, and with the support of members of the Anti-Counterfeiting Technologies Expert Group (EGACT), and the Impact of Technology Expert Group has developed an Anti-Counterfeiting Technology Guide (ACT Guide). The document is intended for all traders and business – including small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) – that are interested in learning more and implementing anti-counterfeiting solutions as well as building an anti-counterfeiting strategy. The ACT Guide provides a comprehensive overview of the solutions currently on the market and sets the groundwork for users to build an all-round anti-counterfeiting strategy based on their particular business needs. The guide is presented in five categories (electronic, marking, chemical and physical, mechanical and technologies for digital media), and also include information on complementary technologies and ISO standards that can be applied alongside anti-counterfeiting technologies....Mindre

Etiketter: piracy - business - counterfeiting - technology

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Misuse of Containerized Maritime Shipping in the Global Trade of Counterfeits

European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights

The EUIPO, through the European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights, and together with the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) publishes studies and ...Mere The EUIPO, through the European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights, and together with the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) publishes studies and research on the global trade in counterfeit and pirated products, analysing the impact on the economy, and the share of international trade affected by the phenomenon. In particular, the main goal of this study series is to assess quantitatively the value, scope and trends of trade in counterfeit and pirated tangible products. The latest study in the series, Misuse of containerised maritime shipping in the global trade of counterfeits, analyses the scale of misuse of containerised maritime transport for trade in counterfeit goods. Over the past decades, containers have become the universal means to aggregate goods into standardised, uniform cargo, and maritime transport continues to be a major channel for the shipping of counterfeit goods....Mindre

Etiketter: customs - trade - illicit trade - counterfeiting goods - pirated goods

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Intellectual property rights and firm performance in the European Union, Firm-level analysis report 2021

European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights

In 2013, EUIPO and EPO published a joint study which assessed the combined contribution of industries that make intensive use of the various types of intellectual property right (IPR) to the economies ...Mere In 2013, EUIPO and EPO published a joint study which assessed the combined contribution of industries that make intensive use of the various types of intellectual property right (IPR) to the economies of the EU as a whole and to the individual EU Member States. The study was updated in 2016 and again in 2019. Among the main findings of the 2019 edition was that industries that make above-average use of IPRs contributed 29% of employment and 45% of GDP in the EU, with these proportions having risen since the previous study in 2016. The present report is a follow-up study that delves deeper into the role of IPRs by analysing a large representative sample of over 127 000 European firms in order to compare the economic performance of firms that own IPRs with those that do not. In 2015, the EUIPO (then known as OHIM) published a similar study which showed that companies that own IPRs have higher revenue per employee and pay higher wages than companies that do not. The present joint EPO/EUIPO study is an update of the 2015 EUIPO study, with improved data and methodology. In contrast with the earlier study, which was based on data from 12 Member States, this new study includes data from companies in all 28 Member States....Mindre

Etiketter: ip value - business - report - employment

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Report on the EU internal market enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights: results of detentions in EU member States 2019

European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights

Following last year´s publication of the report on the EU enforcement of intellectual property rights at EU borders and in Member States with results of 2013-2017, the EUIPO is now publishing the repo ...Mere Following last year´s publication of the report on the EU enforcement of intellectual property rights at EU borders and in Member States with results of 2013-2017, the EUIPO is now publishing the report produced from the analysis of the data on the detentions within national markets reported through the IP Enforcement Portal by 25 Member States’ enforcement authorities in 2019....Mindre

Etiketter: report - counterfeiting - customs - enforcement - ip rights - ip rights

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Online Copyright Infringement in the European Union - Title Level Study: Film, Music and TV

European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights

This report is based on an analysis of the 30 most frequently pirated creative works in each of the EU Member States, including films, TV series and music. The study finds that piracy mainly affects ...Mere This report is based on an analysis of the 30 most frequently pirated creative works in each of the EU Member States, including films, TV series and music. The study finds that piracy mainly affects creative works recently produced and released. TV series are the most frequently pirated creative works but the relationship between piracy and popularity of the corresponding legal content is more difficult to ascertain, as is also the case for music. The study also looks at the tastes of consumers of pirated content across the EU, and finds a high degree of homogeneity among the Member States, especially for film....Mindre

Etiketter: piracy - consumers - copyright - films and tv - digital content

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