Sure. To some extent, different parts of IP have different stakeholder groups, and then to some extent, they share them in common and span the groups. For example, the copyright debate is often framed in terms of the copyright rights-holder businesses, and those are some of the businesses that I mentioned earlier: the film industry, the publishing sector, the recording industry, photographers, etc. There are individual artists and individual creators, and they are often bundled as the rights-holder groups.
On the other side, in the copyright area, there's what we generally refer to as the user group—users and consumers. That represents individual people who buy copyright material, that represents institutional users such as the education sector, and that represents advocate groups for user and consumer rights. Then in copyright there's also a group that can be referred to as intermediaries. To the extent that copyright, in particular in a digital environment, has strong linkages with the use of the Internet, ISPs and things like search engines are important stakeholders in that group. There are also broadcasters and others.
In the area of patents, any business that involves invention and the use and marketing of invention has something to say about patents. We often say that the kinds of business sectors that depend most on patent are those with high upfront investments, long product times, and low costs of imitation. An example would be the pharmaceutical sector, but also the high-tech sector. Although the high-tech sector has some shorter product development times and shorter product lives, patents are nevertheless a big issue for them as well, and there's a different range of issues that presents itself there.
Turning to trademarks, there are businesses of all kinds. Every business needs to identify itself and needs a means of identifying its products, and businesses are concerned about the issue of counterfeiting and about the issue of enforcing the trademarks.
So that's a fairly widely felt priority in the business community, and that's the main thing on trademarks.