Brazil's National Film Agency has officially announced the members for the new Technical Chamber to Combat Piracy, which has already set a first meeting on June 29 in Rio de Janeiro.
Brazil continues to take big measures to combat piracy in lieu of a commitment from the Ministry of Culture and other organizations and entities linked to the audiovisual sector.
In this sense, Brazil's National Film Agency (Ancine in Portuguese) has officially announced the new Technical Chamber to Combat Piracy (CTCP in Portuguese) and its members.
The chamber also has a first meeting already in the books for June 29 at Ancine's headquarters in Rio de Janeiro. The meetings are expected to happen twice a month.
Up next, we present an overview of the entities and respective representatives that make up the CTCP:
Representative: José Francisco de Araújo Lima
First substitute: Carolina Udulutsch Soares
Second substitute: Felipe de Senna Silva Araújo
b) Representatives of the Motion Picture Association (MPA Brazil):
Representative: Ygor Valério
First substitute: Andressa Pappas
c) Representatives of the Brazilian Intellectual Property Association (ABPI):
Representatives: Luiz Edgard Montaury Pimenta
First substitute: José Henrique Werner
Second substitute: Marcelo Goyanes
d) Alliance Representatives:
Representative: Raquel Sangiovanni Collesi
First substitute: Ana Maria Silva de Sousa
Second substitute: Anderson Torres
e) Representatives of the Independent Producers:
Representative: Walkíria Barbosa
First substitute: Marcelo Goyanes Murta
Second substitute: Cláudio Lins de Vasconcelos
f) Brazilian Union of Video and Games (UBV&G in Portuguese):
Representative: Tânia Lima
g) Representative of the Ministry of Justice:
Representative: Rogério Tomás Forster
First substitute: Silvana Maria Amaral Silveira
h) Representative of the Ministry of Culture:
Representative: Marcos Tavolari
First substitute: Silvana Demartini de Oliveira
Second substitute: Carolina Raquel Leite Diniz Panzolini
i) Representatives of Ancine's Executive Secretariat:
Ricardo Alves Vieira Martins
Akio Assunção Nakamura
For his part, Carlos Cheflo, coordinator of Ancine's Piracy Combat area, was appointed as coordinator for the CTCP.
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