ETCO and 14 more entities sign letter in defense of anti-piracy legislation


ETCO and several institutions linked to the audiovisual, game, music, technology and arts sectors in joint action signed a letter in defense of intellectual property in the scope of the report produced by the CPI of Cyber ​​Crimes.

The letter highlights the delivery of the final report of the CPI on Cyber ​​Crimes, on March 31. The commission's formal referrals include the legislative proposal that authorizes the Brazilian Judiciary to request a connection provider to block access to sites that make illegal content available on the network and included in the area of ​​intellectual property. The proposal aims to modernize Brazilian legislation related to the Internet environment, specifically with regard to the protection and encouragement of creativity, innovation and competitiveness in numerous productive sectors.

In the list of signatories of the text are the Brazilian Association of Copyright Law (ABDA), Brazilian Association of Software Companies (ABES), Brazilian Association of Importers of Lighting Products (ABILUMI), Brazilian Association of Disc Producers (ABPD), Association Brazilian Intellectual Property Association (ABPI), Brazilian Association of Independent Television Producers (ABPITV), Association for Industry and Sports Trade (ÁPICE), Brazilian Association for the Production of Audiovisual Works (APRO), Brand Protection Group (BPG), Instituto Brazilian Competition Ethics (ETCO), National Forum Against Piracy and Illegality Instituto Brasil Legal (FNCP), Motion Picture Association - Latin America (MPA), Union of Audiovisual Industry (SICAV), Brazilian Union of Music Publishers (UBEM) and the Brazilian Video & Game Union (UBV & G)

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