The Directorate General of Intellectual Property (DJKI) of the Law and Human Rights Ministry has said that it aims to prevent infringement of film intellectual property by increasing public awareness and strengthening legal enforcement.
“We continue to support Indonesian cinema by providing information sessions, collaborating with film communities, and educating the public that the act of pirating films violates the law,” said Anggoro Dasananto, director of copyright and industrial design at DJKI.
DJKI has also stepped up preventative actions against IP [...]
With the introduction of Indonesia’s GR 24/2022, individuals and organizations involved in the creative sector are now able to use their IP assets as collateral for financing from banks.
The government thinks that by doing this, participants in the sector will have an increased chance of gaining access to funding, which has hampered the sector’s potential for expansion. In July 2023, GR 24/2022 is expected to go into effect.
Government Regulation 24 of 2022 (GR 24/2022), which was introduced by the [...]
When conducting trademark enforcement proceedings, there are a variety of strategies to take into account. Sending a cease and desist letter to the infringer to demand that they stop their unlawful behavior is always a smart first step. The trademark owner has the choice of filing a criminal complaint against the infringer with the civil investigator at the Directorate General of Intellectual Property (DGIP) or the Indonesian Police should the infringer fail to comply with the requests made in [...]
When a famous brand enters a market that has weak IP laws, there is a very high chance that its own brand has been registered in some way. This is especially true for countries in the Asia region such as Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, Laos, etc. In this article, we will talk about the notes with IP protection when entering Indonesia.
Normally, there is 2 common situation of the action of brand stealing, including the individuals/businesses that see the opportunity to [...]
China is one of the biggest counterfeiting markets in the entire world. Fake, copycat products from China are spread throughout the world. However, in the South East Asia region respectively, the status of counterfeiting is ranting uncontrollably, creating heavy damage to the producers as well as consumers in the country. In this article, we will give a brief guide on how to deal with IP counterfeiting from China to the South East Asia region.
In a report by Europol, by [...]
Indonesia’s intellectual property (IP) e-filing system was gradually implemented in recent years, and its capability for remote filings of intellectual property applications immediately became a important tool during the COVID-19 epidemic.
As a result of the increased use, the system’s development has accelerated, and the Directorate General of Intellectual Property (DGIP) may now accept all forms of IP filings online.
Beyond just allowing the DGIP to continue accepting applications throughout the epidemic, this has had a significant beneficial influence on the [...]
As part of an overall effort to strengthen the IP ecosystem in Indonesia, this country is now striving to cooperate with other organizations and countries in the world to create an efficient and effective intellectual property (IP) ecosystem to combat widespread piracy and counterfeit goods to attract investments from the United States and Europe.
Recently, as a demonstration of this effort, Indonesia’s Directorate General of Intellectual Property has cooperated with the FBI to tackle IP infringements.
At the moment, The FBI (Federal [...]
In September 2021, Indonesia’s Directorate General of Intellectual Property cooperated with the FBI to tackle IP infringements that have been plaguing Indonesia for a long time.
Indonesia’s Directorate General of Intellectual Property (DGIP)’s collaboration with the FBI marks the first time in history this organization has partnered with the United States’s intelligent office to counter IP problems.
Furthermore, The FBI is also working with the National Police’s Criminal Investigation Department (Bareskrim) to investigate the sale of piracy and counterfeit at physical [...]
On September 14, 2021, INTA’s Unfair Competition Committee (UCC), Policy Subcommittee voted to approve a Board Resolution, prohibit various forms of unfair competition even though the national statutes or governing laws are diverse in nature.
Specifically, the data in the Unfair Competition Quick Guide covers 24 countries, including those in the Americas, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.
Sponsored by INTA’s Unfair Competition Committee (UCC) —Policy Subcommittee, the resolution focuses largely on obligations contained in the TRIPS Agreement and is a [...]
The 8th Best Practices Intellectual Property (BPIP) Annual Conference is about to be commenced on October 25th, 2021 in Sheraton Hotel, Tel Aviv. This conference will bring global decision-makers and international IP experts to Tel Aviv both physically and spiritually through the internet to discuss global issues on IP, trends, and legislation regarding IP matters.
Participating in the virtual BPIP conference, brand owners and practitioners from across the world can get the latest update on IP matters in the world, [...]
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