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.

Oslo Call for Speakers

The Call for Speakers is now open for the 16th International Law Enforcement IP Crime Conference scheduled for Sept. 25-27 in Oslo, Norway, cohosted by INTERPOL and the Norwegian Police Service in partnership with UL Standards and Engagement. The theme for 2023 is "Pathways to Solutions," and while we honor the historic legacy of our past Conferences, delegates can expect something different this year.

The Opportunity

This IP law enforcement event is like no other and traditionally attracts 500 delegates from 100 countries representing 200+ cross-sector organizations. We are looking for leaders and speakers who are subject matter experts and can cover topic areas related to IP crime, illicit trade and brand protection.

For 2023, we will deliver three operational tracks and related sub-topic areas focused on Applied Research & Technology, Leadership & Diversity (Women in IP Leadership) and Environmental Impact. We are looking for speakers to cover the following topics:

  • The Metaverse

  • Immersive Learning

  • Artificial Intelligence

  • Digital Safety

  • Creating Opportunities for Women in IP Law Enforcement Leadership

  • Capacity Building Best Practices in IP Law Enforcement

  • The Environmental Impact of Product Counterfeiting

  • Standards and Guidelines for the Safe Destruction and Recycling of Counterfeit Products

About the Conference

Our annual Conference has an excellent reputation for delivering unsurpassed networking opportunities, offering capacity-building options, operational best practices, and an exceptional delegate experience. In collaboration with stakeholders and partners, the Organizing Committee is excited to launch a reimagined September event focused on staying relevant in an ever-changing world. Sessions will focus on keeping pace with current trends and ahead of emerging risks associated with transnational organized IP crime and illicit trade.

The Conference will reposition itself as a law enforcement innovation catalyst to deliver something different that creates value for all stakeholders and participants. Planning activities and deliverables will focus on solving problems, overcoming challenges and capitalizing on opportunities leading to impactful, practical and cost-effective solutions designed to advance public safety and help address IP crime and illicit trade more intelligently.

We are offering enhanced networking opportunities, focused panel sessions, and interactive exhibiting opportunities. We are launching two-day breakout training sessions centered on specialized subjects, facilitated by experienced trainers and supported by subject matter experts. We are also expanding our organizational and speaker pool and capturing Conference insights, best practices and other pertinent information.

Additionally, we are providing pre-conference webinars and podcasts leading up to the event to provide additional value to attendees and support on-site operational deliverables. By strengthening the networking environment at and around the event, we intend to foster conversations within and among cross-sector stakeholders where attendees can collaboratively discuss investigations, enforcement activities, initiatives, and ideas to rethink international cooperation and related collaborative mechanisms.

Application Process

We seek panel facilitators, speakers, breakout session leaders and subject matter experts to support various sessions. If you would like to participate, please complete the Speaker Form before May 31, 2023. Include a brief bio, the role you would like to fill, a short description of the area you would like to cover and any other information you deem relevant for the Organizing Committee to consider.

Receipt of submissions

We will confirm we received your submission via email by June 15, 2023.

Shortlist announcement

We will inform you via email by June 30, 2023, 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 Oslo on September 25-27, 2023.

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

Oslo Call for Speakers Form

Please complete the following form before May 31, 2023.




Business email


Which speaker role interests you?

Which topics interest you? (select all that apply)

The Metaverse

Immersive Learning

Artificial Intelligence

Digital Safety

Creating Opportunities for Women in IP Law Enforcement Leadership

Capacity Building Best Practices in IP Law Enforcement

The Environmental Impact of Product Counterfeiting

Standards and Guidelines for the Safe Destruction and Recycling of Counterfeit Products

Speaker Bio:

Why would you like to be a Speaker?

I have read and agree to the IIPCIC Privacy Policy.

Thank You!

Your form has been submitted. We will confirm we received your submission via email by June 15, 2023

Best Regards,
Oslo Organizing Committee


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