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Consumer Project on Technology (CPTech)
The Consumer Project on Technology (CPTech), established in 1995, is a small NGO with offices in Washington D C, Geneva and London that works primarily on matters concerning intellectual property policy and practice, particularly as they relate to health care, electronic commerce, competition policy and access to knowledge (a2k).

CPTech has several discussions lists on issues related to intellectual property for which subscription is freely available. Examples of these discussion lists are A2K, a discussion of access to knowledge issues, and ip-health, a list which discusses intellectual property and health issues, particularly as they relate to access to medicines.

Website: www.cptech.org [new window]

Consumer Project on Technology, Washington D C
Director: James Love
1621 Connecticut Avenue
NW, #500
Washington, DC 20009
USA


email: joy.spencer@cptech.org

Consumer Project on Technology, Geneva
Geneva Representative: Thiru Balasubramaniam
1 Route des Morillons
CP 2100
1211 Geneva 2
Switzerland

email: thiru@cptech.org

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