IIPA


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AcronymDefinition
IIPAInternational Intellectual Property Alliance
IIPAIndian Institute of Public Administration
IIPAImperial India Pale Ale (aka double India pale ale)
IIPAInstitute of Incorporated Public Accountants (Ireland)
IIPAIntelligence Identities Protection Act of 1982 (US)
IIPAInternational Industrial Photographers Association
IIPAInternational Institute of Photographic Arts
IIPAIndependent Integrated Performance Assessment
IIPAInternational Institute of Tropical Agriculture
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After many experiments and researches, we had discovered that the computational time of IIPA is obviously longer than other techniques like Canny.
It's from Cloudwater Brew and is their first large-batch IIPA.
IIPA, launched recently to lobby for interests of the new age pharmacies, now has some 10 members.
government and industry, are rarely acknowledged in IIPA's reports.
With the significant increase in mobile penetration in the Philippines, pirated content such as movies and music-foreign and local-are now being sent directly to mobile phones through wireless connections, IIPA said.
The IIPA's report is in line with criticisms from other international software organizations that constantly but fruitlessly complain about the Lebanese government's failure to crack down on rampant copyright violations.
This report provides background and summarizes the Intelligence Identities Protection Act (IIPA; P.L.
The Kuwaiti government is considering various strategies to enhance its anti-piracy activities and policies following recommendations given by the International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA) in its 2010 Special 301 Report on copyright protection and enforcement.
The International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA) in a report issued late last year reckoned that the kingdom's piracy levels in the motion picture, music and recording and entertainment software to be above 90 per cent.
The International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA) even claims China's top universities stock pirated books in their libraries.