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Entertainment Software Association Applauds Appointment of Karyn A. Temple as Senior Executive Vice President and Global General Counsel, Motion Picture AssociationStatements /
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA), which represents the U.S. video game industry, released a statement today congratulating U.S. Register of Copyrights Karyn A. Temple on her appointment as Senior Executive Vice President and Global General Counsel with the Motion Picture Association (MPA).
Entertainment Software Association Congratulates U.S. Government for Protecting and Enforcing Intellectual Property InternationallyPress Releases /
New Special 301 Report and Notorious Markets List Highlight Markets That Inadequately Protect Copyright and TrademarksWASHINGTON, DC – April 26, 2019 – The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) today commended the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) on its annual “Special 301” Report and Notorious Markets List. The…
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WASHINGTON — March 27, 2019 — The Entertainment Software Association (ESA), which represents the U.S. video game industry, welcomed today’s announcement by the Librarian of Congress, Dr. Carla Hayden, to appoint Karyn Temple as the permanent Register of Copyrights.“We are thrilled to see Karyn Temple’s appointment as the Register…
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This 2018 submission outlines notorious marketplaces existing outside the United States. Notorious online markets include linking websites, hosting websites ("cyberlockers"), torrent indexing websites, and unauthorized private servers.
Entertainment Software Association Applauds US Government for its Leadership in the Protection of Intellectual Property WorldwidePress Releases /
“Strong intellectual property protection in the digital world is more important than ever for video game companies to maintain their technological edge and to continue to contribute billions of dollars to the US economy. ESA applauds USTR and the US government interagency for their guidance and direction in protecting…
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ESA and its member companies are committed to, and actively support, serious professional efforts to preserve video games and recognize the industry’s creative contributions under circumstances that do not jeopardize game companies’ rights under copyright law.