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REPUBLIC OF KOSOVO
Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport
Copyright and Related Rights Office
Legal protection of copyright and related rights in Kosovo
Awareness and information campaign
Task Force against Piracy
Strategy against Piracy and Counterfeiting
The activity of the Task Force against Piracy
Members of the Task Force against Piracy
Collective Associations for the management of copyright and related rights
National Conference on Intellectual Property in Kosovo
In the frame of the World Intellectual Property Day in Kosovo, the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports, Ministry of Trade and Industry and the Project funded by the EU "Strengthening the System of Intellectual Property in Kosovo" EUIPR, organized a National Conference on Intellectual Property in Kosovo, where challenges and achievements in the field of protecting intellectual property...
Invitation to celebrate the World Intellectual Property Day
On behalf of the Industrial Property Agency, Copyright and Related Rights Office and the Project funded by the EU "Strengthening the System of Intellectual Property in Kosovo" - EUIPR, it is with great pleasure that we invite you to attend the Conference in honor of the World Intellectual Property Day.
The campaign against piracy and counterfeiting has begun - any unauthorized material after 15 August will be seized and offenders will be prosecuted
Task Force Against Piracy and Counterfeiting, established by the Government of the Republic of Kosovo, has launched today the information and education campaign against piracy and counterfeiting, under the motto "Stop Piracy". All the informative campaign will be under the management of the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports, which is also heading the Task Force.
Për avancimin e mëtejmë të drejtës së autorit dhe të drejtave të përaafërta.
What is piracy?
Piracy includes the reproduction and distribution of copies of copyright-protected material, or the communication to the public and making available of such material on the Internet, without prior authorization of the right holder, where such authorization is required by law.
I have a website and offer a free download of material. Is it legal?
Not in any way. It is an act that goes into the sphere of piracy and is considered a criminal offense.
Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports