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Expert committee on WIPO to meet on 2 September in Delhi
MUMBAI: The Expert Committee constituted by the ministry of information and broadcasting (MIB) will meet on 2 September in Delhi for the first time to examine the stand being taken by India on the protection of broadcasting organisations at World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO).
The ministry had constituted the 18-member expert committee on 3 April comprising members from broadcasting organisations and broadcasters with the approval of the MIB secretary.
The agenda for the first meeting of the expert committee on WIPO include discussion on the text of the Broadcasting Treaty and proposals submitted by India during 26tn SCCR, discussion on the informal proposal submitted by Japan, discussion on the proposal submitted by EU, discussion on the formats circulated by WIPO Secretariat for Informal Discussion Paper during 28th SCCR and discussion on the delimitations matrix circulated by WIPO secretariat for definitions of various technical issues of Broadcasting Treaty to be discussed in the next SCCR.