International Copyright Protection Committee
The International Copyright Protection Committee (ICPC) oversees the anti-piracy programs and related efforts of the AAP by identifying country or market priorities to be the subject of both enforcement action and policy advocacy. Through the work of the ICPC, AAP communicates the publishing industry’s collective enforcement and policy priorities to both U.S. and foreign government officials, to promote adequate protection of the copyrighted works of book and journal publishers. In addition to the countries with active anti-piracy programs, AAP also works collaboratively with international publishing associations to address copyright law reform issues in a number of countries, including Canada, India and Japan.
For more information, contact the Association of American Publishers at (202) 347-3375 and ask for the International Department. Email inquiries should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.