The liabilities associated with the European system of internet service providers will be discussed with government authorities, civil society and other relevant stakeholders during a workshop in the Georgian capital Tbilisi tomorrow.
The event is organised by the Technical Assistance and Information Exchange Instrument of the European Commission (TAIEX) upon the request of and in cooperation with the National Intellectual Property Centre of Georgia.
During the one day event, Danish and Hungarian experts will discuss with their Georgian counterparts the impact of intellectual property crime on society, EU and Georgian practice for the legal mechanisms of copyrights enforcement and the liability of internet service providers in this area.
TAIEX is a demand-driven tool that supports partner countries with the approximation of national laws, regulations and quality standards to those of EU Member States in the framework of Cooperation or Association Agreements signed with the EU. In the Eastern Neighbourhood, TAIEX works with Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.