copyright

Copyright & A2K Issues - 15 June 2017

 

Intellectual Property:

Why fair use and quotation provisions in SA Copyright Amendment Bill 2017 need to be Open

http://bit.ly/2sdGjIB

You still have time to comment on this to the PC on Trade and Industry  – email ahermans@parliament.gov.za before 30 JUNE 2017

 

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Copyright & A2K Issues - 7 June 2017

 

Intellectual Property:

Resources on Artists’ Resale Rights in Copyright Law

http://libguides.wits.ac.za/Copyright_and_Related_Issues/resale_right

Google, Facebook Are Super Upset They May No Longer Be Able To Sell Your Internet Data Without Permission

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Copyright & A2K Issues - 2 June 2017 (Pt 1)

 

Intellectual Property:

Australian Productivity Commission Slams Protectionist Copyright and Patent Laws

https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2016/05/australian-productivity-commission-slams-protectionist-copyright-and-patent-laws

Copyright Experts: Fair Use is Not Getting a Fair Deal in Australia

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Legal Deposit in South Africa - 1 June 2017

 

Good day and welcome to new subscribers.

 

We thank publishers who regularly deposit their works in terms of the Legal Deposit Act and encourage them to continue doing so.  

 

We also remind publishers who are not being compliant to please deposit all current and outstanding works at your earliest convenience. You will find useful information on how to do this at http://libguides.wits.ac.za/LegalDeposit

 

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Copyright & A2K Issues - 31 May 2017

 

Intellectual Property:

South Africa:

South Africa Releases 2017 Copyright Amendments Bill for Comment; Legal Scholars Weigh In on the Bill’s General Exception

http://infojustice.org/archives/38242

Process for presentations and written submissions on the SA Copyright Amendment Bill - deadline 19 JUNE 2017

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Copyright & A2K Issues - 25 May 2017 (Pt. 1)

 

Intellectual Property:

SA Copyright Amendment Bill (2017) and Performers’ Protection Bill (2016) and related resources

http://libguides.wits.ac.za/Copyright_and_Related_Issues/SA_Copyright_Amendment_Bill

Fair Use Is Good for Creativity and Innovation

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