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Research on Online Business Models Infringing Intellectual Property Rights - Phase 2

European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights

In 2015, the EUIPO, through the Observatory, commissioned a research study on online business models used to infringe intellectual property rights. It was envisaged that the study would be divided in ...Više In 2015, the EUIPO, through the Observatory, commissioned a research study on online business models used to infringe intellectual property rights. It was envisaged that the study would be divided into two phases: The Phase 1 report was published in July 2016 and is available on the EUIPO website. The Phase 2 highlights the abuse of the domain names system by those who infringe intellectual property rights and stresses the need to involve as wide a range of authorities as possible to cooperate in the fight against those abuses. The four studied Member States are Spain, Sweden, Germany and the UK. The report is based on in-depth research of the country code top level domains (ccTLD) of the four chosen Member States to detect how often e-shops suspected of marketing trade mark infringing products are utilizing previously-used domain names....Manje

Oznake: new business models

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Inter-Agency Cooperation at National and International Level

European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights

Inter-agency cooperation in IPR enforcement can produce a number of benefits. It can produce savings in existing resources and help avoid wasting resources in the future. It can improve communication ...Više Inter-agency cooperation in IPR enforcement can produce a number of benefits. It can produce savings in existing resources and help avoid wasting resources in the future. It can improve communication between agencies and help build a team spirit that makes their activities more effective and efficient. Improvement in effectiveness and efficiency lead to resource savings. Proper coordination will also avoid overlaps in activities. There is little point, for example, in two or more agencies directing the same or similar awareness campaigns at the same audience. Worse still would be directing campaigns at the same audience but delivering diverging messages. Cooperation also has the potential for more easily identifying gaps in enforcement programmes and activities. On the other hand, the creation or continued existence of inter-agency cooperation is not a magic wand: it does not solve all problems. It is one of a number of things that has the potential to improve enforcement. From the responses to the questionnaire and the known differences between the legal and administrative culture in the various Member States it is also clear that there is no one-size-fits-all formula for inter-agency cooperation....Manje

Jezici: English

Oznake: report - general public - private sector companies

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Protecting innovation through Trade secrets and Patents - Determinants for European Union firms

European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights

Despite their economic importance, and in particular their role in protecting returns from innovation, trade secrets are poorly studied and their relationship with patents is often misinterpreted. Thi ...Više Despite their economic importance, and in particular their role in protecting returns from innovation, trade secrets are poorly studied and their relationship with patents is often misinterpreted. This study tries to shed light on the subject based on representative firm-level data from the Community Innovation Survey (CIS), covering almost 200 000 firms operating across manufacturing and service industries in Europe....Manje

Oznake: business - report - patents - trade secrets

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Mapping the Real Routes of Trade in Fake Goods

European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights

This study assesses the complex routes associated with the global trade in counterfeit and pirated goods. It is important to note that higher reported shares of custom seizures, as well as higher repo ...Više This study assesses the complex routes associated with the global trade in counterfeit and pirated goods. It is important to note that higher reported shares of custom seizures, as well as higher reported estimates for being a source of counterfeited products (i.e. the GTRIC-e scores), do not necessarily suggest that an economy is a significant producer of counterfeits. The analysis in this study uses a set of statistical filters to go further in clarifying the role of important provenance countries. It identifies key producing economies and key transit points for ten main sectors that are particularly vulnerable to counterfeiting. These sectors span a wide range of IP-intense, tradable goods, including fast-moving-consumer goods such as foodstuff or cosmetics, to business-to-business products, such as spare parts and computer chips. The combined trade of fakes in these sectors account for USD 284 billion in 2013 (EUR 208 billion in 2013), more than half of total estimated trade in fake goods....Manje

Jezici: English

Oznake: consumers - business - counterfeiting - policy makers - general public - illicit trade

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2017 Situation Report on Counterfeiting and Piracy in the European Union

European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights

This report, drawn up in partnership between Europol and the EUIPO, is intended to update policymakers, practitioners, businesses and the general public on the current counterfeiting and piracy landsc ...Više This report, drawn up in partnership between Europol and the EUIPO, is intended to update policymakers, practitioners, businesses and the general public on the current counterfeiting and piracy landscape in the European Union (EU). It explores Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and their value, key product sectors, notable trade routes and countries of provenance for counterfeit products. It also outlines and examines the threat of piracy and other online infringements, and demonstrates how IPR and their protection are foundation stones of the EU economy and society....Manje

Jezici: English

Oznake: piracy - consumers - business - counterfeiting - trade - policy makers - general public

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