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In June 2007, the CACP released the Campaign to Protect America, an extensive set of recommendations to help our government reduce counterfeiting and piracy. Many proposals from the Campaign to Protect America were subsequently reflected in the Prioritizing Resources And Organization For Intellectual Property Act Of 2008, or PRO-IP Act (P.L. 110-403), which was signed into law in October 2008 and represents a critical step in helping the federal government better fight counterfeiting and piracy.
The CACP has continued to urge the U.S. Government to fully implement the PRO-IP Act through the following:
The CACP will continue to work with the Administration and Congress to ensure that all elements of the PRO-IP Act are implemented and adequately funded.
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