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'Human Knowledge Held Digitally May Be Lost' reports on a paper presented at a recent UNESCO meeting, which notes that an 'enormous trove of digital information covering all areas of human endeavour could be lost if specific techniques and policies are not developed to conserve it.'
The Association of the Taxation of financial Transactions for the Aid of Citizens (ATTAC) explores the 'geocultural stakes' in modern global activity, based on the premise that 'cultural matters...are quite absent from contemporary strategic debates, including those about the consequences of globalization'.
UNESCO will showcase launch the compilation of a new representative list of world cinema this week, and last week celebrated Africa Day.
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) has announced that its Phonograms and Performances Treaty (WPPT) entered into force on 20 May.