Russia and Ukraine tackle IP (intellectual property) vulnerability:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Russian government is setting up an intellectual property (IP) commission, in a bid to improve a system that currently offers inadequate protection to a wide range of technology sectors. "Russia has lost $400bn in intellectual property revenues over the last decade," President Putin is reported as saying. A draft list of members of the new commission, which will be chaired by prime minister Mihail Kasyanov, is due to be presented by December 1. The situation in Ukraine is similar. The government is working with the World Intellectual Property Organisation to develop a new IP legal framework.
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