WIPO Diary, Day 4: crossed swords over cross-border uses

Two hot potatoes in particular injected extra vim into the SCCR discussion today, drawing parties on either side of the copyright fence into an exchange of views that, had we been in a pub and not at WIPO, might have led to indecorous behaviour from some.

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WIPO Diary, Day 3: taking exception to exceptions

A collective sigh of relief was heaved here at WIPO this morning when, at last, the broadcasting talk wrapped up.

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WIPO Diary, Day 2: When legal instruments go bad.

As the SCCR delegates resumed their Sisyphean effort to define the terms underpinning the long-awaited WIPO broadcast treaty this morning, the glaring paradox at the heart of the process became apparent.

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WIPO Diary, Day 1: DG ticks off SCCR 32 over 20-year broadcasting text deadlock

WIPO Director General Francis Gurry fired the starting gun on the 32nd Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights (SCCR), today, urging the participants to agree on the elusive broadcasting treaty, which has lain on the table since 1996.

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IPA WIPO Diary

This week, the WIPO Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights (SCCR) will meet for the 32nd time, in Geneva, to debate several copyright issues that will have a direct impact on the global publishing industry.

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