Camcording and Copyright Enforcement Challenges

Meeting codeWIPO/WEBINAR/RESPECTFOR IP/2022/2
Date and venueJune 30, 2022 Virtual
Time of sessions13:00 - 14:00 Geneva time (English)
Previous / future meetingsWIPO/WEBINAR/RESPECTFOR IP/2022/1 >> WIPO/WEBINAR/RESPECTFOR IP/2022/2 >> WIPO/WEBINAR/RESPECTFOR IP/2022/3
Topic(s)Webinars, Respect for IP Webinars
This webinar will introduce camcording, the unauthorized recording of cinematographic works, and explain its relationship with film piracy. It will provide an overview of the applicable legal framework and identify the evolving practice of camcording and the different efforts made to detect this activity. Good practices and challenges in combating camcording will also be addressed. This webinar is organized with the support of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) of the Republic of Korea.

Program:

  • 13:00 - 13:05   Presentation of the speakers
  • 13:05 - 13:25   Camcording as a Source of Film Piracy
  • 13:25 - 13:45   Preventing Camcording in Practice
  • 13:45 - 14:00   Q&A

Speakers:

  • Ms. Ana María Magaña Rodríguez, Country Managing Director, Motion Picture Association, Mexico
  • Mr. Simon Brown, Director, Film Content Protection Agency, United Kingdom

Other related documents

Title(s)File(s)
WIPO/WEBINAR/RESPECTFOR IP/2022/2/SPEAKERSEnglishProfile of speakersProfile of speakers, Complete document (pdf)
WIPO/WEBINAR/RESPECTFOR IP/2022/2/V1EnglishFirst Presentation: Camcording as a Source of Film PiracyFirst Presentation: Camcording as a Source of Film Piracy, Video 1 (video)
WIPO/WEBINAR/RESPECTFOR IP/2022/2/V2EnglishSecond Presentation: Preventing Camcording in PracticeSecond Presentation: Preventing Camcording in Practice, Video 1 (video)