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© UPU 2009 – All rights reserved Fifth Global Congress Panel 3: Third Party Carrier (Intermediary) Case Study
© UPU 2009 – All rights reserved 2 UPU Convention - Article 15 – Items not admitted.Prohibitions –Added counterfeit and pirated articles to list of prohibited items –Effective date 1 January 2010
© UPU 2009 – All rights reserved 3 Main Objective of Congress Resolution C 37 /2008 August 2008 Congress urges UPU member countries, in the context of their national legislation, to encourage their designated operators to: –Take all reasonable and practical measures to support Customs in their role in identifying counterfeit and pirated items in the postal network –Cooperate with the relevant national and international authorities to the maximum possible extent in awareness raising initiatives aimed at preventing the illegal circulation of counterfeit goods, particularly through postal services
© UPU 2009 – All rights reserved 4 WCO Member Administrations Rights Holders UPU Postal Operator National Customs Postal Operator Rights Holders
© UPU 2009 – All rights reserved 5 2009 Pilot Project - Milan Pilot concluded that identification of counterfeit and pirated items is the role of IPR holders and Customs Recording of data was found to be a key determining factor in helping Customs to carry out a successful risk assessment Desired outcome of the pilot was to define the role of the post in tackling counterfeit and pirated items. Clear that Posts do not have enforcement authority, but do have the data that can be helpful to customs in the performance of their threat and risk assessment.
© UPU 2009 – All rights reserved 6 Q: Would a person in Country A buy with confidence handicrafts from Country B through an eShop located in Country C ? Post A eShop Country ACountry B Country C Post B SME deliver product buy product from B offer product send product to buyer Noel.Jarateng@bluewin.chorder@JM-Handicraft.mz firstname.lastname@example.org Internet.
© UPU 2009 – All rights reserved 7 Awareness Raising In support of Congress Resolution C37/2008, awareness raising campaign will be developed Focus on changes to the UPU Convention, effective in 2010 Focus on Health and Safety and Economic risks (Counterfeit: medicines, electrical products, healthcare products) Working with a professional agency to develop a poster on awareness raising initiative Poster could be re-sized to be mailed so that UPU members could have the option of distributing message through the mails Campaign will be flexible to enable partnership with other entities
© UPU 2009 – All rights reserved 8 Priorities for Action Participate, as an Observer, in WCOs new body to look after counterfeit and pirated items named CAP: Counterfeit and Piracy Closer cooperation with WCO to meet more regularly on an informal basis, in between formal meetings, to facilitate capacity building and training Future pilot programs will be examined for 2010. France will organize pilot in the second half of 2010 to examine parcels Awareness raising initiative to include cooperation with WCO, IMPACT and Interpol Coordinate with WCO to add postal component to existing IPR missions
Technical measures in the context of the Hadopi Law (France)
Global Congress Combating Counterfeiting and Piracy sustainable solutions through partnership and innovation Len Hynds Director of Anti-Piracy Enforcement.
4 th Global Congress Combating Counterfeiting & Piracy Dubai, February 3-8, 2008 Challenge 7 : Strengthening Cooperation and Collaboration at the Global.
International Bureau of the Universal Postal Union Berne (SWITZERLAND) © UPU 2008 – All rights reserved UPU and the challenges of counterfeit products.
1 n European Commission 4th Global Congress: Combating Counterfeiting and Piracy Dubai – 3 February 2008 An Urgent Need to Better Respond to the Global.
Certification Industry Against Counterfeiting
INTERPOL General Secretariat 2008 Building Anti-Counterfeiting Capacity and Capabilities David Asante-Apeatu Director Specialized Crime and Analysis INTERPOL.
Improving Legislative Frameworks and Enforcement Measures Against IP Crime Mr. Khoo Boon Hui Commissioner, Singapore Police Force Vice-President for Asia,
United Nations Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate (CTED) Thematic Discussion of the Counter-Terrorism Committee on Cash Couriers New York,
Armand Racine Consultant Chemicals Branch
Guidance Note on Joint Programming
AEO Program of China Customs
UNODC & the Global Response to Cybercrime
INDONESIAN-SWISS CLIExpanded Bureau of the Basel Convention, 24 June 2009 First Meeting of the First Meeting of the Indonesian-Swiss Country-led Initiative.
E-WASTES AFRICA PROJECT Building local capacity to address the flow of e-wastes and electrical and electronic products destined for reuse in selected African.
1 n European Commission Third Global Congress on Combating Counterfeiting and Piracy Geneva – 30 and 31 January 2007 The European Union: Coordination and.
Governance for REDD+ Crystal Davis Governance of Forests Initiative World Resources Institute REDD Civil Society Coordination Seminar CIFOR campus, Bogor.
1 Trade facilitation: Benefits and Capacity Building for Customs UNECE International Forum on Trade Facilitation, May 2003 Kunio Mikuriya Deputy.
Introduction to the campaign
© Grant Thornton UK LLP. All rights reserved. Review of Partnership Working: Follow Up Review Vale of Glamorgan Council Final Report- November 2009.
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