Should Thailand remain on the annual blacklist, the "Priority Watch List", judged by the US as among the worst in the world at violating US IP laws and requests?

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Should Thailand remain on the annual blacklist, the "Priority Watch List", judged by the US as among the worst in the world at violating US IP laws and requests?

Should Thailand remain on the annual blacklist, the

  • Start date:Feb 12, 2013
  • End date:Feb 13, 2013
  • Voters: 753 times
  • Yes
    80.9%
  • No
    17.9%
  • I don't know
    1.2%

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  • dao

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    Discussion 2 : 12 Feb 2013 at 12.452

    If copy products for sale are reduced at all we can be re evaluated but nothing has changed .

  • Discussion 1 : 12 Feb 2013 at 08.161

    Of course it should stay on the list - what has Thailand done to improve?? Parliament got the country on the list in the first place, when they removed patent protections for Viagra so it could be sold here cheaply. Thailand does everything it can to make money often at any expense.

    Then again - the US list has no legal authority, it is meant only to 'shame' countries into doing the right thing. We are all just chasing our own tails and it all remains the same...

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