CIPR Vol#35: Prospects and Limits of Blockchain Technologies in Global Protection of Food-based GIs

Authored by Marsha S. Cadogan, the article on blockchain technologies intersection with geographical indications is available for download from IPIC’s Canadian Intellectual Property Review webpage (published March 11, 2020).

The article deals with (i) blockchain technologies use in the IP space, (ii) how blockchain technologies, including smart contracts may be useful to geographical indication industries and (iii) domestic and international law challenges to successful uses.

The Prospects and Limits of Blockchain Technologies in the Global Protection of Geographical Indications : (https://ipic.ca/cipr/the-prospects-and-limits-of-blockchain-technologies-in-the-global-protection-of-geographical-indications-2020-35-1.htm( 230844897)

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