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Submitted by maxsterling 349d ago | news

ESA Applauds Administration for International Copyright Protection

May 1, 2013 – WASHINGTON, DC – The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) today released its annual “Special 301” Report, in which it highlighted shortcomings in copyright protection and/or market access for U.S. copyrights in more than 40 countries and territories by assigning them to the Priority Watch List or Watch List, launching reviews, and in the case of Ukraine designating it a “Priority Foreign Country.” The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) applauded these decisions and other country placements which follows recommendations made by it and other industries that depend on strong intellectual property protection and enforcement. (Culture)

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