Interpol: governments 'don’t think' IP crime is a problem
From tracking trends to updating its data sharing policies, Interpol’s illicit goods unit officer tells Managing IP how its anti-counterfeiting programmes are keeping pace with IP crime
“You just wake up and roll over and download the newest movie that's out,” says Liam Gimon, an officer with Interpol’s illicit goods unit, highlighting the challenge with online IP infringement.
The even bigger issue, according to Gimon, is...
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