- About CODA
- Trademark Operation
- Joint Enforcement
- Regulation of sellers that specialize in pirated copies of Japanese contents
- CODA's Automated Contents Monitoring Center
- Direct dialogue with site operators, copyright-related organizations, etc.
- Training Seminars
- Hosting and Participating in Consumer Awareness Events
The Content Overseas Distribution Association（CODA） was founded as an organization through which contents holders and copyright-related organizations cooperate to reduce piracy around the world, and to actively promote the international distribution of Japanese content, such as music, films, animation, TV programs and video games. While CODA was formed to counter content piracy, the organization is now expanding its enterprise in cooperation with domestic and international government agencies, industry organizations and content holders.
On Dec 2, 2013, we merged our secretariat office with that of the Anti-Counterfeiting Association (ACA) in order to strengthen our capability to protect copyright and offer comprehensive measures against copyright infringement in Japan as well as overseas.
August 2002Founded as a voluntary organization in response to a call by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and the Agency for Cultural Affairs (ACA)
April 2009Registered as a general incorporated association
Content Overseas Distribution Association（CODA）
No. 29 Kowa Building Annex 2F 2-11-24 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0045, Japan
Members (as of January 1st, 2015)
Corporate members: 31 companies
Organizational members: 15 organizations
Supporting members: 6 companies and organizations