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The IP Commission Report: The report of the commission on the theft of American intellectual property
The Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property [corporate]

PublishedMay 2013
PeriodicalPages 1-100
PublisherThe National Bureau of Asian Research
CountryUnited States

ABSTRACT
Executive Summary
The Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property is an independent and bipartisan
initiative of leading Americans from the private sector, public service in national security and foreign
affairs, academe, and politics. The members are:
• Dennis C. Blair (co-chair), former Director of National Intelligence and Commander in Chief
of the U.S. Pacific Command
• Jon M. Huntsman, Jr. (co-chair), former Ambassador to China, Governor of the state of Utah,
and Deputy U.S. Trade Representative
• Craig R. Barrett, former Chairman and CEO of Intel Corporation
• Slade Gorton, former U.S. Senator from the state of Washington, Washington Attorney General,
and member of the 9-11 Commission
• William J. Lynn III, CEO of DRS Technologies and former Deputy Secretary of Defense
• Deborah Wince-Smith, President and CEO of the Council on Competitiveness
• Michael K. Young, President of the University of Washington and former Deputy Under Secretary
of State
The three purposes of the Commission are to:
1. Document and assess the causes, scale, and other major dimensions of international intellectual
property theft as they affect the United States
2. Document and assess the role of China in international intellectual property theft
3. Propose appropriate U.S. policy responses that would mitigate ongoing and future damage
and obtain greater enforcement of intellectual property rights by China and other infringers

Keywords China · copyright infringement · cybercrime · intellectual property theft · IP theft solutions

Languageen
RefereedDoes not apply
Rights© 2013 by The National Bureau of Asian Research
URLhttp://ipcommission.org/report/IP_Commission_Report_052213.pdf
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