[pp.int.general] IIPA put Brazil in your Black List
cabalamat at googlemail.com
Sat Feb 20 16:21:35 CET 2010
On 20 February 2010 01:37, Partido Pirata <contato at partidopirata.org> wrote:
> In the 2010's report of IIPA (International Intellectual Property
> Aliance) mentions Brazil in your black list.
I assume you meant to write "its black list".
> This report proposes actions against various policies of the Brazilian
> government and enforcement of various IPR policies in brazil.
> This report Includes :
> • Under the leadership of the CNCP(National Council Against Piracy),
> set up a new roundtable negotiations between right holders and the ISP
> industry aiming to achieve a cross industry agreement to combat
> Internet piracy in Brazil. Improve actions against Internet
> piracy. This includes conducting ex officio actions on facilities
> that knowingly offer public access to unauthorized
> peer-to-peer programs, particularly those locations that facilitate
> or enable unauthorized transactions by providing the
> materials required for copying downloads.
Is this intended as a prelude to Brazil implementing "graduated
response" / 3-strikes? it seems like that to me.
Philip Hunt, <cabalamat at googlemail.com>
Campaigns Officer, Pirate Party UK
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