In the context of the memorandum of cooperation between the Hellenic Copyright Organization (HCO) and the National Kapodistrian University of Athens (EKPA) with the aim of strengthening the ties between them, as well as the development of joint actions and synergies, a visit to the Athens Law School took place on October 4, 2022 of the acting Director of HCO Ms. Maria Daphne Papadopoulou,


The Audiovisual Anti-Piracy Alliance (AAPA) recently presented a study on malware and online piracy of audiovisual content and the risks to consumers. The evidence presented shows that the installation of malware on the devices of consumers involved in online piracy of audiovisual content is targeted and can lead to identity theft and fraud.


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The HCO is organizing a scientific event on the topic "Copyright and Justice" that will take place on Friday, 21 October 2022, at the Athens Bar Association’ s Event Hall (starting time 15:30).


The Hellenic Copyright Organization, in the context of modernization and faster and safer processing of the sending of the solemn declarations of par. 4 article 18 of Law 2121/1993, optimized the relevant procedure as follows:


On 14.09.2022 and in the framework of the European Project, EU Support to Intellectual Property Rights in Kosovo (IPR Kosovo - EuropeAid/139657/DH/SER/XK), representatives of the Industrial Property Organization, the Copyright Office and the Kosovo Customs visited the HCO offices.


The HCO is organizing a scientific event on the topic "Justice and Copyright", taking into account that the field of copyright is a rapidly evolving area of law and of particular importance for the legal world, including the judiciary.


The HCO and the School of Law of the University of Athens, aiming at closer cooperation and strengthening the ties between the two institutions, proceeded on the 13.09.2022 to the signing of a Memorandum of Cooperation.


The HCO has successfully completed the project RESPECT. RESPECT aimed to raise awareness among young people aged 15-24 of the harm caused by online piracy, to reduce the downloading of digital content from illegal sources and to encourage the use of legal alternatives.


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