In September, the AIPPI headed north for its biannual Forum and Executive Committee conference. WIPR was there.
More than 700 IP professionals spent five days in Helsinki, Finland, discussing the most pressing issues in the IP sphere while the Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI’s) executive committee outlined several recommendations for changes in IP law.
This year’s conference, which paid special attention to the relationship between technology and IP, began with two days of forum discussions on issues from around the globe.
Among the most discussed topics included the new generic top-level-domains (gTLD) programme, currently being rolled out the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).
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