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Web Novel Writers Call for United Anti-Piracy Fight within Digital Publishing Industry
To help the local copyright owners protect their work, the Japanese government has launched a new portal to educate them on how to take the infringers down.
After years of consultation and debate, Canada has passed legislation to extend copyright protection by 20 years to a “life-plus-70” term.
The Copyright Bill 2022 passed by the Senate on Wednesday, 6th April 2022 was introduced primarily to improve the effective administration, regulation, and enforcement of copyright in the digital environment.
Painters and other visual artists whose work is resold will get 5 per cent in royalties under a new scheme set up as part of the European Union (EU) and United Kingdom (UK) trade agreements.
Artists are to get paid when their work is resold in a shakeup of copyright laws that would give them a slice of collectors' profits.