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Wednesday, 31st January 2007

Canada: Canadian Copyright Database Adds New Searchable Field

Canada: Canadian Copyright Database Adds New Searchable Field

The Copyright Office is pleased to announce the expansion of their database's search capabilities. Copyrights Database users can now search for copyrights by assignor name.

See Also: Recently Revised: CIPO's Intellectual Property "Learn and Discover Page."
From the CIPO "What's New" Page:

CIPO's Outreach Program products and services are now available on the Learn about IP page. Resources are grouped under three new headings: IP in Business; IP in Education; and IP in the World. For businesses, the IP Toolkit, the Bank of Speakers and the Trade-marks Database Tutorial introduce intellectual property (IP) and how it can be used strategically. On the education side, CIPO is working with partners to get the IP message out to students. The Science Fair video clips highlight the innovative possibilities of youth in high schools. IP is a major international issue and new links have been added to introduce some of the key resources and players. The new Learn about IP icon/link on the CIPO main page and the Learn and Discover button on the left navigation bar both access this content.

Source: Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO)


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