The Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) yesterday raided five bookshops and seized pirated books worth N4.5 million in Makurdi, Benue State. NCC Director of Enforcement Augustine Amodu, who led the anti-piracy raid said the commission is bent on stamping out piracy in the country. He said the latest raid was informed by consistent complaints from publishers, warning those in the act to desist or face the law.
NLIPW Copyright Law Volume 1 Number 9 eDigest (Book Publishing and Piracy in Nigeria) October 27, 2013 Content Sources The Journal of Academic Librarianship Pacific Northwest Library Association (PNLA) Quarterly Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) Wilolud […]
The Director-General of the Nigerian Copyright Commission, Mr. Afam Ezekude, has said that the need to energise the sector informed the introduction of a copyright levy it recently introduced. He made this disclosure in Lagos […]
Last weekend, 10 suspected copyright pirates were arrested by the Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC), Bauchi office, in collaboration with armed riot policemen. Over 130 copies of pirated Revised Standard Version (RSV) and Hausa translation of […]