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Content service providers (CSPs) in Kenya will now be required to channel all royalty payments through a single, centrally managed account by the Kenya Copyright Board (KECOBO).
The added value of China's copyright industry reached 6.63 trillion yuan (about 951 billion U.S. dollars) in 2018, accounting for 7.37 percent of the country's GDP, according to the China Academy of Press and Publication Tuesday.
The report presents the main findings for the fifth consumer survey of online copyright infringement amongst Australians aged 12+, conducted in March 2019.
CopyRightX:The GoDown is a 12 week course based on materials developed by Prof. William Fisher III for CopyrightX at Harvard Law School.
THE Government has proposed that fines in respect of copyright infringement should be charged per each CD or product pirated just as in stocktheft cases as a means to deter would-be offenders and to protect the works of artistes in the country.
The Minister of the National Secretariat of Culture (SNC), Rubén Capdevila, and the director of the National Directorate of Intellectual Property (DINAPI), Joel Talavera, signed a framework agreement for inter-institutional cooperation, in order to continue articulating efforts to both Institutions.