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AIPO Intellectual Property Director Richard Brown will be speaking on Thursday at the RTE Intellectual Property Awards, the country’s largest annual event for the entertainment industry, which has been running since 2002.
Brown will also be attending the launch of the AIPo’s latest flagship product, the AUR.
“Our vision for AUR is to transform the digital economy,” he said.
“It’s the future.
The technology and the economy are converging, and we want to make sure they are converged for all our benefit.”
The event, which takes place at RTE’s headquarters in Glasgow, will be attended by AIPOs head of global strategy and business development David O’Connor, the CEO of AIA, and the UK’s leading digital rights campaigner, Tim Clark.
AUR stands for ‘Australian Organisation for the Protection of Intellectual Property’, which was created by the Copyright Act of 1976.
Its goal is to “protect the digital rights of all Australians”.
“We’ve seen an explosion in the number of IP cases brought by Australians against Australian companies,” said Brown.
“We’re looking at this issue now as an opportunity to address some of those issues and give Australian businesses a clear pathway to take advantage of the opportunities that this technology presents.”
Brown said the AUP is looking to use its new platform to educate the public on the law around intellectual property and to provide information on the Australian copyright system.
“The AUP has the power to make a difference to the way Australians feel about the law, and our mission is to make that happen,” he added.
“As we look at how the law is interpreted, and how it affects the business of Australian businesses, we want that information available to all Australians, whether they are using AUR or not.”
Brown explained that AUP members have already launched the AIA’s new “AUR-focused” website, which allows Australians to access the AURLs legal advice.
“There is a lot of information out there,” he told RTE.
Brown also explained that the AUSP is looking at new ways to promote the Auriomax brand, which is currently the most popular Australian DVD player. “
In the meantime, there is still a lot that we need to do in the way of educating people about intellectual property.”
Brown also explained that the AUSP is looking at new ways to promote the Auriomax brand, which is currently the most popular Australian DVD player.
“At the moment, there are about 400,000 Australians who are using the AURIOMAX brand, and it’s one of the biggest brands in Australia,” he explained.
“So we want our brand to be better represented across the digital market.”
The AUR has been instrumental in helping Aurioms consumer-focused product launch in Australia, with the AUSD’s product and service launch in February being followed by a series of high-profile events around Australia.
“Australia is one of those markets where there is a huge consumer base, and if you want to do a good job of driving it forward, you need to be able to deliver a product that has the best of both worlds,” Brown said.
For the event, the launch is expected to be accompanied by an AUR-branded press conference on Wednesday afternoon, with Brown speaking on behalf of the group.
“When we launch a new product, we usually announce the launch date, and what that means is that you’re in for a real bang-up launch,” Brown added.
The launch will also include a presentation from AURIoms chief creative officer, James Broughton, and an opportunity for attendees to speak to members of the public.
The AuriOMax team will also hold an event on Thursday evening to discuss AUR’s future.
“I think we’ll see a big change in the future,” Brown told RTV 6.
AUR was formed in 2004 to fight for digital rights. “
They have a huge amount of expertise, and they’re going into the future in a much better place.”
AUR was formed in 2004 to fight for digital rights.
It currently boasts over 15 million registered users and has an annual revenue of $1.5 billion.