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European Communities Trade Mark Association
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Bilyana Angelova
Bulgaria
Luca Barbero
Italy
Delia Belciu
Romania
Stefan Bojovic
Serbia
Ilaria Carli
Italy
Faisal Daudpota
United Arab Emirates
Nathalie Dreyfus
France
Lorenz Ehrler
Switzerland
Martin Fiebig
Germany
Arthur Fouré
France
Lars Karnøe
Denmark
Komal Kaul
India
Claudia Keller
Switzerland
Jan Gerd Mietzel
Germany
Max W. Mosing
Austria
Simor Moskowitz
United States
Igor Motsnyi
Russian Federation
Gabi Müllejans
Germany
Enrico Panza
Italy
Ivett Paulovics
Italy
Lambert Pechan
Germany
Flip Petillion
Belgium
Clemens Pfitzer
Germany
Benjamin A. Ramage
United Kingdom
Nastassia Saint-Séverin
Switzerland
Karel Sindelka
Czech Republic
Katalin Szamosi
Hungary
David Taylor
France
Christian Thomae
Mexico
Federica Togo
Germany
Thomas Urband
Germany
Ady van Nieuwenhuizen
Netherlands
Stefanie Vögl
Austria
Bernd Weichhaus
Germany
Internet Committee
Chair
Nicole Van Roon
Netherlands
Vice-Chair
Lauren Somers
United Kingdom
Secretary
Micaela Schork
Germany
DESCRIPTION
The Internet Committee provides thought leadership and expert skills for the ECTA members about implications for Intellectual Property Rights on the internet as well as in relation to new technologies. The Committee strives to lead the way in ECTA in the adoption of internet related technologies to achieve its work and act as a pilot group for ECTA as a whole, to participate at the international level in conferences and meetings on internet related matters and to report the results to the Association, to link with other IP and Internet related international associations, institutions and governmental bodies and to prepare comments and articles on internet and new technologies issues for publication.

MISSION STATEMENT
The Mission of the Internet Committee is to analyse the legal and practical implications of the internet and of new technologies on trade marks and other distinctive signs and to identify solutions respectful of these rights in case of conflicts. The Committee also advises on how ECTA can better harness the use of the internet and of the new technologies.