On March 9-10, 2023, CODA visited Taipei to visit the Criminal Investigation Bureau(CIB) and the Criminal Investigation Brigade of the Second Special Police Corps (IPR Police) , National Police Agency, Ministry of the Interior to present a plaque of appreciation for the investigation and detection of infringement of Japanese content rights to date.
At the CIB, which we visited on March 10, CODA has been cooperating with the Telecommunications Investigation Corp under its command in the investigation of Internet crimes (ISD, illegal apps, infringing websites, etc.), and we met with Commissioner Li, Hsi-Ho, its supervising agency, and presented a plaque of appreciation to him.
In making the presentation of a plaque of appreciation, CODA Representative Director Goto said, “We appreciate your efforts in many intellectual property infringement cases. Your continued assistance will further strengthen the protection of Japanese content.” He expressed his gratitude for the achievements of the Telecommunications Investigation Corp and asked for continued cooperation in the future.
Upon receiving the plaque of appreciation, Commissioner Li, Hsi-Ho said, “The past crackdowns were the result of cooperation between the Taiwanese police and CODA. We will continue to cooperate for the protection of intellectual property in the future.” He expressed his understanding for the continued implementation of intellectual property protection activities.
The IPR Police, which we visited on March 9, has been actively pursuing the detection of physical infringement since 2011, starting with the enforcement of pirate stores specializing in Japanese content based on CODA’s request, and has recently been actively and effectively detecting online infringement as well.
The presentation ceremony was attended by Commander Weng Shi-min and in making the presentation of a plaque of appreciation, CODA Representative Director Takero Goto said, “We are grateful for the many cases of intellectual property infringement that we have uncovered. We look forward to your continued cooperation in protecting Japanese content. ” He thanked the PR police for their years of investigation and detection and asked for their continued cooperation in the future.
Upon receiving the plaque of appreciation, Commander Weng expressed his continued enthusiasm for IPR protection activities, saying, “We will continue to work with CODA to mobilize new knowledge and technology to deal with the increasing number of online infringements.
CODA will continue to strengthen cooperation with Taiwanese enforcement agencies to implement effective countermeasures against infringement for the protection of Japanese content intellectual property rights in the local market.
This activity was part of a project entrusted from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.
(translated by automatic translation system)