Kamil Idris on Intellectual Protection
Kamil Idris is an international diplomat from Sudan. He is the current head of the International Court of Arbitration and Mediation. From the year 1997 to 2008 where he was the director general at World Intellectual Property Organization. He advanced from the University of Khartoum, Sudan with a law degree and a PhD in International Law of Geneva University. Besides these two he has received honors degrees from different universities. He is a renowned author of international laws, intellectual property and developments. Dr. Kamil Idris is also a commissioner at the international law commission for United Nations.
World Intellectual Property Organization was formed to protect the rights of different innovators. There are many cases of false goods and claims by pirates. The organization was made to protect the original owners of ideas, inventions and goods from pirates. There is a day set by the organization known as the world Intellectual day in this day Kamil Idris says that it is the day to celebrate talents and knowledge. The day is for artists and inventors, and this celebration is the key to social and economic development globally. To do this, there are intellectual property rights reserved for such people for privacy policies including copyright and terms of services.
In an interview with ventureoutsource.com Kamil Idris says that the policy is the key to economic development. Knowledge and relevant ideas are key to such development, creating a legal environment mean that the ideas will be protected and easily shared. Unfortunately, there are challenges in the enforcement of the rights globalization has to lead to large existence false services and goods and the information is easily pirated. The organization has since developed a treaty that is international and uses the Internet. Communication has been used to make information easily accessible and globalization being used to create an opportunity for new markets.
Kamil Idris says that apart from national laws there are standards set for agreements. These laws comply with the patent system and the rights. The agreement advocates for transparency in contracts and all other engagements. When disputes occur, the two parties are encouraged to solve amicably within a short time. The system is fair when the interests of the manufacturers and the consumers are balanced.
Read Kamil Idris’ interview on protecting intellectual property rights: