Trinidad and Tobago on the Watch List in 2014

In the 2014 Special 301 Report The United States reveals the main  persisting issues for Trinidad and Tobago in the country`s IPR protection improvement. Special attention should be paid to the local cable operator FLOW  for example, and also to other cable operators who still refuse to negotiate  with the Copyright Music Organization of Trinidad […]

special-301In the 2014 Special 301 Report The United States reveals the main  persisting issues for Trinidad and Tobago in the country`s IPR protection improvement. Special attention should be paid to the local cable operator FLOW  for example, and also to other cable operators who still refuse to negotiate  with the Copyright Music Organization of Trinidad and Tobago COTT regarding compensation and payment of royalties to composers for public performances of music.  The United States notes the fact that the authorities have not undertaken any actions to terminate the licenses of such operators yet.

The entire report can be found here.