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    31/10/2013: Industry Questions Canadian Courts’ Overturning Of Patents
    30/10/2013: Farmers’ Groups Warn ARIPO About Implementing UPOV 91 In Africa
    28/10/2013: US Film Industry Gives USTR List Of Biggest IP Infringers
    22/10/2013: UPOV Holds Weeklong Meetings As Civil Society Publishes Restricted Documents
    17/10/2013: New EU Customs Regulation Might Allow Wrongful Seizures Of Generic Drugs In Transit, NGOs Say
    16/10/2013: IP Scores High In Sports – Supports Amateurs, Olympics, Development, Speakers Say
    09/10/2013: IP Law Europe Summit To Address Patent Policy, Secrecy, Know-How, M&As, Brands Online
    08/10/2013: Experts Envision Bringing Trade, Internet Communities Closer Together
    07/10/2013: At WTO, Online Pharmacy Watchdog, Tobacco Industry Explain Anti-Counterfeiting Efforts
    07/10/2013: Industry Says IP Key In Technology Dissemination; Others Call For More African Innovation
    01/10/2013: WIPO Assemblies Put Industry, Creators, Policymakers In Touch; Enforcement Committee Gets Mandate
    27/09/2013: Big Pharmaceutical Firms Say MDGs Partnerships Are ‘Best-Kept Secret’
    25/09/2013: WIPO Approves 15 New Observers, Including DNDi, COHRED; Pirate Parties Rejected
    20/09/2013: Members Of US Congress Urge US To Oppose Re-Election Of WIPO Director Gurry
    18/09/2013: Meeting Highlights Use Of Open Data In Science, Health And Sustainable Development
    18/09/2013: Motion Picture Association Study Finds Search Engines Complicit In Piracy
    18/09/2013: Inside Views: Stop Treating Symptoms And Start Curing Diseases: The End Of Graduated Response
    18/09/2013: Experts Chart How To Take Open Knowledge Success To Next Level
    17/09/2013: Paper Looks At Human Rights Side Of IP And Medicines Access
    16/09/2013: Review Of US IP Enforcement, Copyright Reform Process Stir Interest
    09/09/2013: New Draft South African IP Policy Receives Initial Positive Reactions
    30/08/2013: Libraries Issue Report On Global Information Environment
    29/08/2013: Survey: US Health Agency Should Use Patent Rights To Keep Drugs Affordable
    28/08/2013: US IP Enforcement Coordinator Named To Lead Industry Group
    27/08/2013: Library Group Publishes User Guide To WIPO Marrakesh Treaty
    26/08/2013: Inside Views: Patently Geopolitical: The New Frontier of Government And Market Interaction
    06/08/2013: Copyright Groups Question Fair Use In Australian Copyright Reform
    02/08/2013: What Does WTO Extension For LDCs To Enforce IP Mean For Pharmaceuticals?
    30/07/2013: IP And Public Health, Biotech Rise As Issues In TPP Negotiations
    23/07/2013: Report Challenges Assumptions On IP Valuation And Cybercrime
    17/07/2013: People: Transitions In The Global IP Community
    11/07/2013: GI Proponents Seek Recognition In New Internet Domains Programme At ICANN
    09/07/2013: Nations Begin To Take Action Against United States For NSA Spying
    04/07/2013: WIPO Innovation Division On Chopping Block?
    03/07/2013: Public Interest Groups Ask US Court To Invalidate Stem Cell Patent
    02/07/2013: MSF: Prices On Latest ARV Drugs Under Patent Too High
    28/06/2013: Stevie Wonder In Marrakesh: Today Is A Very Good Day, Now Go Ratify The Treaty!
    28/06/2013: In Aftermath Of Treaty Adoption, Civil Society, Industry Reflect On Outcome
    26/06/2013: Infojustice.org: UN Consumer Guidelines Could Be Updated For Digital Rights, A2K
    25/06/2013: WHO Wrestles With Engagement Of “Non-State Actors”
    25/06/2013: Voices Of The Blind In Marrakesh Hope To Carry A Long Way
    21/06/2013: Harvard Professor A Flag Bearer For Agricultural Innovation, Biotechnologies In Africa
    21/06/2013: WIPO Negotiators Urged To Speed Up, As Musician Stevie Wonder Steps Up
    20/06/2013: Members Of US Congress Seek Pressure On India Over IP Rights
    20/06/2013: Visually Impaired, Civil Society, Industry Defend Their Stakes In Marrakesh
    19/06/2013: The Impact Of Derailing The WHO Medical R&D Convention
    19/06/2013: EIFL Guide To The European Orphan Works Directive
    18/06/2013: US Businesses Launch Coalition For Fair Trade With India
    14/06/2013: Test Of Political Flexibility In Final Lap For WIPO Treaty For The Blind
    07/06/2013: EU Court Backs Secrecy, Privileged Industry Access In Trade Talks
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