For the purposes of this chapter: 1) “Confidential information” includes trade secrets, inside information and other undisclosed information that, under the contracting party`s domestic law, is not subject to unrestricted disclosure. 2) “program-carrying satellite encrypted signal,” a program-carrying satellite signal that is transmitted in a form that alters or alters acoustic or visual characteristics or both, to prevent unauthorized receipt of a program of insubordination by persons without authorized equipment to eliminate the effects of such a modification or modification. 3) “intellectual property rights,” copyrights and neighbouring rights, trademarks, patents, layout designs (topographies) of integrated circuits, encrypted satellite signals, confidential information (business secrets), commercial designs and rights to plant varieties. 4) “legal distributor of a satellite encrypted signal” in a contracting party, the person who initially transmitted the signal. 5. With regard to relevant intellectual property rights, “citizens of a party” are considered to be natural or legal persons who would comply with the protection criteria provided by the Paris Convention, the Bern Convention, the Geneva Convention, the Convention on the Broadcasting of Satellite Execution Signals, the International Convention for the Protection of Performers. , producers of phonograms and broadcasters, the UPOV Convention (1978), the UPOV Convention (1991) or the Integrated Circuits Intellectual Property Treaty, adopted in Washington in 1989, as if each contracting party were a party to these conventions, and with respect to intellectual property rights that are not the subject of these conventions, is defined as “a national of a contracting party” Who is a citizen or permanent resident of this contracting party. 6) “public” with respect to the use of the works covered by section 11; 11 bis, paragraph 1, and 14, paragraph 1, paragraph ii), of the Berne Convention, at least with respect to dramatic, dramatic, musical, musical, musical and cinematic works, at least any aggregation of persons who are supposed to be the subject of communication or performance of works and may perceive it, whether they can do so at the same time or at different times. , in different places or places. , provided that such an aggregation is greater than a family and that its immediate circle of knowledge or no group consisting of a limited number of persons who have a similar closeness, which was not made for the main purpose of recording such representations and communications of works.