Intellectual Property Rights Problems

TPP: Why so Seekrit?  June 14, 2012 – 03:49 am
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I woke up way to early this morning.  Normally 7:30 is the earliest time I entertain waking up, but I had to be at the University of Auckland’s commerce school at 7:30 for breakfast.  I didn’t realise breakfast was included so I had some myself beforehand, silly me, the Excel Cafe does a mean Eggs Bene.  The reason I was bothering to get out of bed was a talk by the New Zealand Information Security Forum.  It’s a small forum, but the members are pretty serious individuals, Judges, Law Profs, Techies, the kind that report to govt on policy.  Honestly, turning up in my black skivvie and tight black jeans was probably not the best idea… still, as usual I wasn’t the worst dressed, just the most “bogany”.

Rick Shera, of Lowndes Jordan’s intellectual property/information technology team,  was presenting some issues in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement.  It’s a multi-lateral agreement between Brunei, Chile, New Zealand, Singapore , Australia, Malaysia, Peru, Japan, United States, and Vietnam.  Japan, Mexico and Canada are entering negotiations to join as well, so it’s important on the global scale.  Of course, there are many such agreements in place and being negotiated all the time, so why is this one of interest?

Source: The Pirate Party of New Zealand

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