Get Tough on China, Russia - and Canada, Too

March 2008
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Mar2008, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p33
Trade Publication
The article offers information about the Special 301 document submitted by the International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA) to the U.S. Trade Representative Susan Schwab. The Special 301 document discusses the issues on copyright protection, enforcement and market access problems of the copyright industries in 51 countries. Eric H. Smith of IIPA states that Canada, China and Russia join IIPA to meet the challenge of preventing the growing trend of piracy levels.


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