- 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
Direct dialogue with site operators, copyright-related organizations, etc.
CODA and the Motion Picture Association (MPA) signed a formal agreement to strengthen their joint copyright protection efforts and develop new initiatives to best address the current challenges of online content theft of creative works across the world.
Based on the strong partnership cultivated over nine years between CODA and MPA (that include our joint efforts we initiated in 2005 to take measures against hard-goods piracy in Asia), we share information concerning the global problem of online copyright infringement and seek solutions to them through discussions and periodical meetings. In particular, we are interested in enforcement of rights in practical, relevant yet effective manners, taking measures against illegal sites with assistance from intermediaries, discussions technical solutions, and lobbying for the government of respective nations.
Other Nortable efforts
August 2011Signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with four major Chinese UGC sites concerning intellectual property protection.
November 2011Signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Korea Federation of Copyright Organizations (KOFOCO) concerning enhancement of intellectual property protection.
February 2012Hosted business matching. (Participants: 4 site operators, 12 content holders)
August 2012Signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with a major Chinese video streaming site concerning promotion of intellectual property protection and legitimate content distribution.
August 2012Hosted business matching. (Participants: 2 site operators, 8 content holders)
December 2013Hosted business matching. (Participants: 5 site operators, 11 content holders)
March 2014Signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Motion Picture Association (MPA) concerning intellectual property protection(photo).