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Mobile Enforcement

Mobile Enforcement

The United Arab Emirates is the first country to launch the new IPM mobile application.  Launched in coordination with the World Customs Organization, the IPM Mobile application is an application that will allow customs enforcement to fight counterfeits and keep track of intellectual property rights through a centralized database.  The application permits rights holders to provide information to customs officers about their IP. The World Customs Organization is set to distribute the application in other member states next June.  For more information about the initiative, see http://ipmpromo.wcoomdpublications.org/.

 

Nicole Marimon

Nicole Marimon is a third year Fordham law student and IPLJ Online Editor. Her interest in IP comes from her love of books, her journalism background, and too much time spent with her technology savvy roommate. In her spare time, she cooks and spends time helping her dog establish an online presence. #nenushka