Summary of an Act
World Legislative Act #21
Department of World Patents and Intellectual Property Rights
Explains rationale for act in preamble
ENACTMENT BY THE PROVISIONAL WORLD PARLIAMENT
1) Creates DEPARTMENT OF WORLD PATENTS AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS as a ministry of the World Administration.
2) Describes functions of the DEPARTMENT OF WORLD PATENTS AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS:
2.1.) To categorize IPRS into generas and types as appropriate for systematic registry and regulation worldwide.
2.2.) To standardize IPRS into fair and equitable system inexpensively and easily available to all worlds citizens and businesses.
2.3.) To devise system of royalties on patents and property rights that rewards and protects innovators while simultaneously maximizing technology transfer for rapid sustainable development worldwide.
2.4.) To protect traditional cultures and indigenous peoples from intellectual piracy through unjustifiable use of patent powers.
2.5.) To work closely with Agency for Technological and Environmental Assessment and other relevant agencies to monitor genetic engineering and other possibly dangerous technologies and regulate permits for development of technologies for protection of people of Earth.
2.6.) To present Department’s research and conclusions on above items to World Parliament for possible enactment into law.
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The Act for a Department of World Patents and Intellectual Property Rights was adopted as World Legislative Act Number 21 at the Seventh Session of the Provisional World Parliament convened in conformance with the Constitution for the Federation of Earth in December 2003, in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
Eugenia Almand, JD, Secretary
Provisional World Parliament