IFPI chairman Domingo: 'Protecting copyright is one of society's most important missions'

Tom Pakinkis

IFPI chairman and world-renowned artist Plácido Domingo urged Governments not to allow copyright to be eroded in the digital age at the International IP Enforcement Summit in London yesterday.

Domingo highlighted the importance of intellectual property enforcement for protection of creators and culture.

He told the meeting of international IP experts that protecting and enforcing intellectual property rights “is one of the most important missions in our society and for our culture today.”

Domingo added: “There is a view – ...

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