WIPO presented a global survey on the perception, awareness and attitudes of the general population with respect to intellectual property rights (WIPO Pulse - Global intellectual property perception survey 2023).

WIPO Pulse is the first survey in the world to examine the awareness and perceptions of the population regarding intellectual property (IP) on an international scale. The results provide insights based on the responses of 25,000 people in 50 countries in the following regions: a) Western Europe and other countries, b) Latin America and the Caribbean, c) Eastern Europe, d) Asia Pacific, e) Africa.


The HCO will participate in the 87th Thessaloniki International Fair with speeches that will take place on Wednesday, 13.09.2023, at 19:00 - 20:30 at the Ministry of Culture's stand (stand 7).


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The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) organizes Respect for IP webinars. The webinars bring together speakers from a variety of backgrounds, including academics, professionals and officials working in the field of IP enforcement.


As a follow-up to the adoption of the Recommendation on online piracy of sports and other live events, the Commission services have published Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to monitor and assess its effects.


Copyright FAQs help inform all european consumers about what is legal and what is not when using copyrighted content, such as music or movies, online.


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The main objective of the study "European Citizens and IP: Perception, Awareness and Behaviour - 2023” is to gather knowledge about Europeans' attitudes towards intellectual property rights, the extent to which they respect these rights and how they perceive the concept of IP as a whole.


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The HCO in cooperation with the WIPO Mediation and Arbitration Center organized an online event on Thursday, June 8, 2023 on "Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Mechanisms for Copyright and Content-Related Disputes".