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John O. Asein

26 Sep
The Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) has hinted that it is working on a new regulatory framework for book printers, and booksellers to ensure that they operate within the bounds of the law.
28 Oct 2020
The Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC), in collaboration with stakeholders, will soon reintroduce the hologram scheme to boost copyright regulation and anti-piracy interventions in selected copyright industries.
24 Jun 2020
The final report of the ongoing study on Collective Management Organisations (CMOs) in Nigeria, which is being carried out by the Agence Française de Développement (AFD) in partnership...
16 Feb 2020
A container load of suspected pirated books, valued at over N20 million, belonging to different publishers, has been impounded in a joint operation by Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) and Nigerian Customs Service (NCS).

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