EUIPO writes in the executive summary:
“The purpose of this Study is to identify legal measures related to international judicial cooperation in cases of online IP infringement, and to understand the potential benefits and shortcomings in the implementation and application of such measures. The Study encompasses criminal as well as civil (and, if relevant, administrative) cooperation measures. The primary focus is copyright and trade mark infringements, although the Study also addresses infringement of other IP rights online (e.g. trade secrets, patents, industrial designs and geographical indications)”.
Read the full report here.
Read the executive summary here.