COICA

AcronymDefinition
COICACoordinadora de las Organizaciones Indígenas de la Cuenca Amazónica (Spanish: Coordinator of Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin)
COICACombating Online Infringement and Counterfeits Act of 2010
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236) both bills are variants on the domain seizure idea first introduced in COICA.
COICA sailed through the Senate Judiciary Committee but never came to a floor vote because Senator Ron Wyden put a hold on the legislation.
COICA failed to pass both houses of Congress in the 111th congressional session, which ended in January 2011, but the legislation already has been renewed for the current, 112th Congress.
com last month that the COICA bill can go as far as ordering the shutdown of a domain name altogether--the very same problem that Marshall is now grappling with.
COICA would provide the Justice Department with the tools necessary to monitor and terminate websites that promote or provide access to the unauthorized downloading, streaming, or selling of copyrighted material and counterfeit goods.
En 1999, con el auspicio legal del Centro Internacional de Legislacion Ambiental (CIEL, por sus siglas en ingles) y el apoyo de la Alianza Amazonica, COICA, se presento una demanda contra la patente y ella fue suspendida.
COICA also blamed the Ecuadoran government for the massacre and said that surveillance of the zone was the responsibility of an army brigade quartered there.
10) Punto 7 de la Resolucion del Consejo Coordinacion y Directivo de la COICA, de 19 a 20 de enero de 2002 [http://www.
In the 1980s, the first transnational South American organization was created: COICA (Coordinating Body for the Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin).
Announced by COICA (the Co-ordination of Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin): www.
COICA argues that intellectual property rights regimes should allow indigenous people to control and benefit from the commercial use of their knowledge and biological resources.