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The International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA) has released its annual report detailing the impact that piracy and limitations on market access are having on US copyright holders in the worst-offending countries around the world.


  • In line with last year's change on previous annual reports, the latest IIPA release focuses on markets where the organization believes that active engagement by the US government could generate positive results for creators and the industries that support them.

Features and Benefits

  • Lists the worst US trading partners with regards to intellectual property rights protection.
  • Highlights which countries have come in for praise from the IIPA for strengthening copyright protection.

Key questions answered

  • Why are Canada and Switzerland deemed by the IIPA to be "watch list" countries?
  • What has the IIPA identified as the key challenges for copyright industries?

Table of contents

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  • Summary
  • Usual suspects singled out for the special watch lists
  • The good, the bad, and the always surprising
  • Key challenges for copyright industries


  • Author

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