How effective are the International Copyright laws
in protecting your intellectual property?
It is yet to be proven that an author’s intellectual property can be adequately protected from illegal use in every part of the world. The extent to which your work can be protected in a particular country ultimately depends on the copyright laws that have been established.
A common challenge that is seemingly recurring
is the use of local evidence in the foreign courts.
What is commonly experienced is even though your evidence is recognized in 172 countries (countries that are part of the Berne Convention) as valid, is a tough procedure and high expenses needed to secure the recognition of evidence originating from another country.
Blockchain & Qualified Timestamp
Blockchain and qualified stamps provide a quick and cost-effective way to provide a global or local legal evidence to facilitate copyright protection for your intellectual property and all other legal processes involved.