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The National Alliance for Jobs and Innovation (NAJI) is a nonpartisan organization of concerned businesses and industry experts working together to stop unfair competition from the use of stolen intellectual property (IP), whether it be through piracy, counterfeiting, or trade secret theft. Every year, billions of dollars’ worth of IP-protected information technology (IT) is stolen by firms around the world, but especially in nations with high piracy rates. This theft places the IT industry and law-abiding companies in industries like manufacturing, where IT is a critical component of R&D and production, at a competitive disadvantage. Learn More »


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The Problem: Unfair Competition Resulting from IP Theft Harms Jobs, Innovation and Economic Growth

Foreign companies in nations with high piracy rates steal intellectual property (IP) in order to gain an unfair competitive advantage over companies in the U.S. IP theft is not isolated to a few high-tech industries or sectors, and varies widely in both types and method. Further, IP theft not only results in direct harm to the IP owner, but also in downstream harm to the broader economy and jobs. Learn More »