(d) international intellectual property protection agreements that came into force prior to the ENTRY into force of the WTO agreement, provided that these agreements are notified to the Travel Council and do not constitute arbitrary or unjustified discrimination against nationals of other members. 3. Any member consults, upon request, any other member who believes that an IP holder, who is a national law holder, or the member to whom the request for consultation has been addressed, practices contrary to the laws and regulations of the requesting member in this area. , and who wishes to ensure compliance with this legislation, without prejudice to the measures provided by the law and the full freedom of a final decision of one of the two Member States. The member in question takes into consideration and offers an appropriate opportunity to consult with the applicant member and works by providing non-confidential information accessible to the public, relevant to the issue in question, and other information available to the member, subject to domestic law and the conclusion of satisfactory agreements for both parties on the respect of its confidentiality by the requesting member. Together. (a) arising from international agreements on mutual legal assistance or general criminal prosecutions and which are not particularly limited to the protection of intellectual property; The obligations under Articles 3 and 4 do not apply to procedures under WIPO-led multilateral agreements on the acquisition or maintenance of intellectual property rights. 2. Individuals and corporations have the option of preventing, without their consent, the information subject to their control from being disclosed, acquired or used by other persons, provided that such information is obtained by other Member States: 1. Each member gives nationals of other members a treatment that is no less favourable than it gives to its own nationals in terms of protection (3) of intellectual property. , subject to exceptions already provided for by the Paris Convention (1967), the Bern Convention (1971), the Rome Convention or the Treaty on Intellectual Property with regard to integrated circuits.
For performers, phonogram producers and broadcasters, this obligation applies only to the rights of this agreement. Any member who uses the possibilities of Article 6 of the Berne Convention (1971) or Article 16, paragraph 1, point b) of the Rome Convention notifies the Council for TRIPS. (c) with respect to the rights of performers, phonogram producers and broadcasters that are not covered by this agreement; 2. During the control of the holder, the use of a trademark by another person is recognized as the use of the trademark for the purpose of maintaining the registration. 3. Broadcasters have the right to prohibit the following acts if they are carried out without their permission: fixing, reproducing bindings and broadcasting wirelessly, as well as communicating television programmes to the public.