IIPCIC Privacy Policy

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UL Standards & Engagement

Information we collect
No information collected from minors

Minors under the age of 18 should not provide any personal information and/or other information, including their email address, to UL through the site. The site does not knowingly accept personal information and/or other data from any such users of its website and/or any third parties.

How we use this information
Safeguarding your information

This Privacy Policy applies to IIPCIC services only. Our Site includes links to other Web sites whose privacy practices may differ from those of IIPCIC. If you submit personal information to any of those sites, your information is governed by their privacy statements. We do not exercise control over third-party websites, nor do links to these websites imply that IIPCIC or UL Standards & Engagement are affiliated with the linked site. These other sites may place their own cookies or other files on your computer, collect data or solicit personal information from you. We encourage you to carefully read the privacy statement of any Web site you visit.

Updating your information

The user is asked to inform IIPCIC of any changes to data provided upon enrollment including changes in contact details. You can contact the IIPCIC Secretariat by emailing info@iipcic.org.

Data retention

We will retain your information for as long as needed to provide you services. We will retain and use your information as necessary to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, and enforce our agreements. At any time you can contact the IIPCIC Secretariat to update, amend or delete data on your user account. Please email info@iipcic.org.

INTERPOL may facilitate the enrollment of law enforcement officers, as a consequence INTERPOL may process personal information solely to ensure the verification of your affiliation through the INTERPOL National Central Bureaus, Police Academies or Law Enforcement Agencies. For more information on INTERPOL’s Rules on the Processing of Data, please visit the following link: https://www.interpol.int/en/Who-we-are/Privacy-policy.

Changes to this privacy policy

IIPCIC and UL Standards & Engagement reserve the right to modify, amend, or update this Privacy Policy at any time. Any significant modification will be notified to registered users via email. Any such modifications, amendments, updates or deletions will be effective immediately upon posting or notification. Your continued use of the Site after such posting and/or notification shall be deemed to constitute acceptance by you of the changes.

New technology

Since the use of new technology including cookies, web beacons, and other technology is rapidly evolving, as is our use of new and evolving technology, we may change or use additional or new technology from time to time. You are encouraged to visit this page for any updates regarding these new technologies. If the use of such technology would lead to a significant modification of the manner by which we process your personal information, registered users will be notified by email.

Curaçao Call for Speakers

Speaking opportunities are now open for the 17th International Law Enforcement IP Crime Conference which will take place 23-25 September 2024, in Willemstad, Curaçao, cohosted by INTERPOL, the Government of Curaçao and its partner, the Curinde Free Trade Zone, in partnership with UL Standards & Engagement.

The Opportunity

This IP law enforcement Conference is like no other and traditionally attracts 500 delegates from 100 countries representing 200+ cross-sector organizations. For 2024, the theme is "Reducing the Harm." It will include three operational tracks and related sub-topic areas focused on coordinating responses, aligning resources, and leveraging opportunities, primarily examining free trade zones and supply chain security.

We are looking for experts and experienced practitioners who can cover IP crime, illicit trade, and brand protection topics and provide best practices and insights for combatting this crime area with content offering innovative ideas, practical advice, and actionable solutions. We also welcome academic speakers to share input on relevant research.

About the Conference

The annual Conference has an excellent reputation for delivering unsurpassed cross-sector networking and collaboration opportunities. In this relaxed environment, participants can engage and challenge each other, offering a unique delegate experience not found elsewhere.

The Organizing Committee is working with stakeholders and partners to create an event that focuses on staying relevant in an ever-changing world. The sessions will center on keeping pace with current trends and staying ahead of emerging risks associated with transnational organized IP crime and illicit trade.

By strengthening the networking environment at and around the event, we aim to foster conversations within and among cross-sector stakeholders where attendees can collaboratively discuss investigations, enforcement activities, training, initiatives, and ideas to rethink international cooperation and related collaborative mechanisms.

Additionally, we provide pre-conference webinars and podcasts leading up to the event to provide additional value to attendees and support on-site operational deliverables.

International IP Crime Investigators College (IIPCIC) Pre-Conference Workshop

This year’s IIPCIC Pre-Conference Workshop will focus on Combatting Illicit Trade in Free-Trade Zones. Together, we will identify factors that make free-trade zones vulnerable to illicit trade and propose measures law enforcement can take to detect and help prevent it from reoccurring and mitigate consequences. The workshop will explore common challenges and responses and identify solutions through best practices and relevant case studies.

As part of INTERPOL's Digital Transformation Strategy, IIPCIC is investing in immersive learning to strengthen the scalability, relevance, and sustainability of our capacity building and training activities. The INTERPOL team will share and showcase these exciting new tools at the workshop and during the Conference.

Application Process

We seek facilitators, panelists, breakout session leaders, and subject matter experts to support the Conference theme and tracks and as expert presenters for the IIPCIC Pre-Conference Workshop.

If you would like the Organizing Committee to consider you for a speaking role, please complete the Speaker Form before Friday, May 24, 2024.

Please provide the Organizing Committee with a brief bio, the role you are interested in, a short description of the area you wish to cover, and any other relevant information.

Receipt of submissions

We will confirm we received your submission via email by Friday, May 31, 2024.

Shortlist announcement

We will inform you via email by Friday, June 7, 2024, if your proposal has been accepted or is waitlisted.

Speaker logistics

Once your speaker slot has been confirmed, we will schedule calls to review session requirements and finalize logistics.


We will see you in Curaçao in September.

Thank you for your interest in speaking at this year’s IP Crime Conference!

Curaçao Call for Speakers Form

Please complete the following form before Friday, May 24, 2024.




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Which speaker role interests you?

Which topics interest you? (select all that apply)

Coordinating Responses

Aligning Resources

Leveraging Opportunities

Speaker Bio:

Why would you like to be a Speaker?

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By clicking submit below, you consent to allow the Curaçao Organizing Committee to store and process the personal information submitted above for the Conference speaker selection process.

Thank You!

Your form has been submitted. We will confirm we received your submission via email by Friday, June 7, 2024

Best Regards,
Curaçao Organizing Committee


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