WIPO 14th Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights (SCCR) - May 1-5, 2006


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WIPO 14th SCCR - May 1-5, 2006 Documents

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Proposal by Colombia Concerning Article 16 of the Consolidated Text for the Draft treaty on the Protection of Broadcasting Organizations.

May 8, 2006. WIPO Press Release. Momentum Builds in Talks on Updating Rights of Broadcasting Organizations.

CPTech Documents

May 8, 2006. James Love's Guest Column in OnTheCommons.org. WIPO Xcasting Treaties - Next Steps.

May 5, 2006. Thiru Balasubramaniam, From Geneva.WIPO copyright committee comments on Brazilian and Chilean proposals.

May 5, 2006. James Love's guest column in OnTheCommons.org. WIPO xcasting treaties - next steps.

May 5, 2006. CPTech Statment on the Conclusion of the Fourteenth SCCR.

May 5, 2006. Thiru Balasubramaniam. From Geneva. WIPO copyright committee discusses simulcasting/webcasting and mulls way forward.

May 4, 2006. James Love in the Huffington Post. WIPO carves up the Internet (and the broadcast spectrum).

May 4, 2006. James Love's guest column in OnTheCommons.org. WIPO Discussions on X-casting Treaty.

May 2, 2006. Joint NGO Statement from Consumer Project on Technology, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Electronic Information for Libraries, the International Music Managers Forum, IP Justice, the Open Knowledge Forum, and Public Knowledge.Recommendations of Certain NGOs Regarding the Draft Basic Proposal.

May 2, 2006. CPTech, EFF, and EIFL. Blogging WIPO: The Broadcasting/Webcasting Treaty Hits the Fast Track - SCCR 14, Day 1.

May 1, 2006. Civil Society Coalition. WIPO Broadcasting/Webcasting Treaty: Not Ready for Prime Time.

NGO Documents

May 12, 2006. Gwen Hinze for the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Blogging WIPO: What's Next for the Webcasting and Broadcasting Treaties?

May 8, 2006. Robin Gross for IP Justice. WIPO Pushes Forward with Broadcasting Treaty - Webcasting Deferred.

May 5, 2006. Civil Society Coalition, Electronic Frontier Foundation, IP Justice and the Open Knowledge Foundation. The Implications of 'Webcasting' for the Broadcasting Treaty.

May 5, 2006. Sangeeta Shashikant for the Third World Network. (SUNS #6021). WIPO: Developing countries oppose webcasting in broadcast treaty.

May 3, 2006. Consumers International. Statement by Consumers International to the WIPO Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights.

May 2, 2006. Joint NGO Statement from Consumer Project on Technology, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Electronic Information for Libraries, the International Music Managers Forum, IP Justice, the Open Knowledge Forum, and Public Knowledge. Recommendations of Certain NGOs Regarding the Draft Basic Proposal.

May 2, 2006. IP Justice. WIPO Debates Fate of Treaty on Broadcasting and Webcasting: Controversial Provisions Remain in Treaty Draft Over Majority Objections.

May 2, 2006. CPTech, EFF, and EIFL. Blogging WIPO: The Broadcasting/Webcasting Treaty Hits the Fast Track - SCCR 14, Day 1.

May 1, 2006. Civil Society Coalition. WIPO Broadcasting/Webcasting Treaty: Not Ready for Prime Time.

May 1, 2006. Robin Gross, IP Justice. Inside Views column: WIPO Broadcasting Treaty Contains Unsupported Webcasting and ˝Digital Locksţ.

May, 2006. Electronic Information for Libraries and the International Federation of Library Associations. Draft Basic Proposal for the WIPO Treaty on the Protection of Broadcast Organizations including a Non-Mandatory Appendix on the Protection in Relation to Webcasting.

May, 2006. EFF.
TPMs and Technology Mandate Laws.

April 24, 2006. International Federation of Journalists. IFJ Calls on WIPO to Celebrate World Intellectual Property Day by Showing Strong Support for Authors═ Rights.

No date. Public Knowledge Page - WIPO Broadcasters Treaty.

No date. Digital Media Association. Fact Sheet: Treaty for the Protection of Broadcating Organizations.

Statements from Businesses

May, 2006. Joint statement from the European Federation of Producers Collecting Societies for Audio visual Private Copying, the International Federation of Film Distributor Associations, the International Federation of Fibre Producers Associations, the International Organization of Perfoming Artists, the International Confederation of Music Publishers, the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry, the Independent Fibre and Television Alliance, the Independent Music Companies Association. Joint Position of Rightholder Groups.

May, 2006. US Telecom Statement Regarding the Draft WIPO Treaty on the Protection of Broadcasting Organizations.

May, 2006. Computer and Communications Industry Association. Statement on WIPO Broadcasting Treaty.

April 10, 2006. Statement of Intel Corporation Concerning the World Intellectual Property Organization's Proposed Treaty on the Protection of Broadcasting Organizations.

News Stories and Blogs

May 9, 2006. Frances Williams for the Financial Times. US retreat opens way for treaty on broadcasting.

May 8, 2006. Monika Ermert and Dugie Standeford for the Washington Internet Daily. U.S. Deal Allows Webcasting, Simulcasting To be Considered Separately.

May 8, 2006. Michael Geist. WIPO Broadcast Treaty Lurches Forward.

May 8, 2006. James Love's Guest Column in OnTheCommons.org. WIPO Xcasting Treaties - Next Steps.

May 8, 2006. Ingrid Marson for ZDNet. Webcasting 'excluded from WIPO broadcasting treaty.'

May 8, 2006. Wade Roush for the MIT Technology Review. Webcasting Gets a Reprieve.

May 5, 2006. Gwen Hinze. Electronic Frontier Foundation. Webcasting out of WIPO Broadcasting Treaty, At Least For Now.

May 5, 2006. William New for IP-Watch. WIPO To Proceed On Broadcasting Treaty Talks Without Webcasting.

May 5, 2006. Digital Rights Network. Live from Day 5 of the WIPO SCCR Meeting on the Broadcast Treaty

May 4, 2006. James Love in the Huffington Post. WIPO carves up the Internet (and the broadcast spectrum).

May 3, 2006. Anders Bylund for Ars Technica. UN Broadcasting Treaty seen as severely limiting essential freedoms.

May 2, 2006. William New for IP Watch. WIPO Broadcasting Treaty Talks Off To Slow Start As Opponents Grow.

May 2, 2006. Cory Doctorow in BoingBoing. UN cooking podcast-killing treaty.

April 27, 2006. Jemima Kiss for journalism.co.uk. Rights' groups up in arms over WIPO proposals.

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