WIPO webinar on copyright infrastructure – Cutting-edge Initiatives in the Private Sector to Improve Data Management (2) – December 7, 2022

Welcome back to our series of webinars on copyright infrastructure!

We thank everyone who joined past webinars and are pleased to invite you to the next webinar, which will take place on December 7, 2022, from 1.00 to 2.00 p.m. CET, on the topic: Cutting-edge Initiatives in the Private Sector to Improve Data Management (2).

Cutting-edge Initiatives in the Private Sector to Improve Data Management (2)

The webinar will feature initiatives of private companies using cutting-edge technologies to improve data management.

  • Imprimo is a Web3 double-sided platform for the visual arts that enables discovery through social connections while increasing transparency and trust across the art supply chain. Imprimo uses Web3 technology (blockchain, cryptographic signatures, verified IDs) to enhance trust around attribution and provenance of artistic works. Imprimo is the collective effort of organizations with an established record in the visual artists and rightsholder communities, namely Access Copyright, CARFAC, Copyright Visual Arts (COVA-DAAV) and Regroupement des artistes en arts visuels du Québec (RAAV).
  • Further innovation in copyright infrastructure will be presented by UREEQA, which provides a secure, proprietary, blockchain enabled platform to help any creator to protect, manage, and monetize their works worldwide.  Through secure online services, creators can easily access and choose from three levels of buildable protection that validate authorship, ownership, and originality of their works.  In addition, the platform contains a marketplace for creators to sell validated NFTs, and more.
  • In the digital era, more new music is created and released worldwide than ever before, and this has created a rapidly expanding group of new creators who do not always fit the existing structures of the industry. This was the motivation for Family In Music, which will present its services, including MgNTa, a new identifier in the music industry to support and empower the new generation of creators.

Program (CET):

  • 1:00 – 1:05 Opening remarks and introduction
  • 1:05 – 1:35 Presentation
  • 1:35 – 2:00 Q&A


  • Ms. Roanie Levy, Chief Executive Officer and President, Access Copyright and Prescient Innovations
  • Mr. Edmond Allmond, Vice President, Creator Rights and Protection, UREEQA
  • Ms. Maria Rebello, Director, Business Development, UREEQA
  • Mr. Juka Hynynen, Founder & CEO, Family In Music
  • Mr. Kevin Bacon, Chief Innovation Officer (CIO), Family In Music

Registration is mandatory and can be made here