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South Africa: Graffiti: Does It Leave You With Unclean Hands?
South Africa: I Own The Copyright In My Tattoo Right?
South Africa: Caged Songbirds: The Ownership Of Copyright In Musical Works
Action at WIPO - EIFL
YouTube faces the music under new copyright regime
“This Video is Unavailable”: Analyzing Copyright Takedown of User-Generated Content on YouTube
Emojis and intellectual property law
Can the monkey selfie case teach us anything about copyright law?
Trump’s Trade Wars: An Opportunity to Refashion the Intellectual Property Regime?
Hungary: 3D Printing – A Challenge In IP Rights And Civil Liability
An analytical review of text and data mining practices and approaches in Europe
Annual Wikipedia Conference debuts in sub-Saharan Africa
OpenCon Conference 2018
2-4 November 2018 – Toronto, Canada