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Title: Media piracy and enforcement in Brazil : costs and benefits; toward détente in media piracy, Rio de Janeiro (August, 2010)
Authors: Castro, Oona
Bandeira, Olívia
Moncau, Luiz
Mizukami, Pedro
Keywords: MEDIA PIRACY
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
COMPUTER PROGRAMS
ACCESS TO INFORMATION
BRAZIL
Date: 2010
Publisher: Instituto Overmundo, Rio de Janeiro, BR
Series/Report no.: Annexes in Portuguese
Abstract: The project analyzed policing and enforcement measures, media coverage, and the legal framework and institutional field of combat against digital and media piracy; how it is done and by whom, in order to evaluate pros and cons of current laws; who is benefiting, and from what measures and approaches. The results have been positive for public debate and policy recommendations, and for creating an innovative approach to the problem of copyright violations and piracy. Brazilian approaches to intellectual property were originally shaped by import substitution strategies designed to foster the growth of local industry. With detailed appendices in Spanish.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/46227
Project Number: 104333
Project Title: Toward Détente in Media Piracy
Access: Open Access
License: MGC signed post January 2008 - author/owner is recipient who signed the MGC; copyright statement required on document
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