October Edition of IP-Watch Monthly Reporter Now AvailablePublished on 18 October 2006 @ 4:23 am
By William New, Intellectual Property Watch
The Intellectual Property Watch Monthly Reporter features unique summaries of events, the latest on who is coming and going at the United Nations, World Trade Organization, Geneva missions, IP offices, industry and non-governmental organisations, plus briefs on reports and events from the IP community.
For this and more, read the Intellectual Property Watch Monthly Reporter, now available online for subscribers at: http://www.ip-watch.org/reporter.php.
October Edition Table of Contents:
Page 1 WIPO Assembly Leaves Hard Work For Governments Next Year
Page 1 WHO Opens Up IP Working Group; Plans Public Hearing
Page 3 Report Provokes US To Seek Review Of WHO Publication Policy
Page 3 US Patent Reform: Could 2007 Be The Year?
Page 4 India At The Forefront Of Knowledge Commons Debate
Page 5 India: Free/Open Software Supported; Copyright Debate Heats Up
Page 6 Movements Debate Meaning Of ‘Free’ Culture
Page 7 UN Researcher Envisions Framework For IP, Innovation And Development
Page 7 Kenya Fights To Retain IP Flexibilities For Medicines Imports
Page 8 Swedish “Pirates” Call For IP Reform Spurs Global Interest
Page 10 News Briefs
Page 12 People
French and Spanish translations of certain stories are available on www.ip-watch.org