Consumers International Publishes Its 2010 IP Watchlist

Mike Palmedo
April 29, 2010

Consumers International has published a report on flexibilities in copyright laws enjoyed by consumers in a sample of 34 nations.  For each nation, the "IP Watchlist" tries to measure "how balanced the country's copyright law is, whether it is enforced in ways that impact consumers' interests, and whether the country
fosters the exchange of knowledge in forms that are not encumbered by exclusive rights."

It is available here: Consumers International IP Watchlist

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