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Copyright in the developing world

ICMP supports WIPO’s Development Agenda which is committed to improving the capacity of developing countries to benefit from the knowledge economy.  ICMP Members create and do business in developing countries as well as developed economies and have both a strong interest and extensive experience

Net Neutrality

Network Neutrality can be summarised as the principle that all internet traffic should be treated equally.

Internet Theft

Mass online theft diminishes the ability of songwriters and composers to make a living and undermines the incentive to create new works and invest in innovation.

Exceptions and Limitations to Copyright and WIPO

ICMP believes that the three-step test for exceptions and limitations to copyright protection provides sufficient flexibility to allow individual countries to determine their own policies, adapt to technological developments and provide access solutions in the digital environment.

Collective Rights Management

ICMP believes it is important to allow for competing licensing models to develop around common high standards of representation, accountability, transparency, good governance and efficiency of societies.

Free Trade Agreements

Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) with key trading partners aim to reduce import tariffs, remove non-tariff barriers and grant companies better effective access to each other's markets.

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