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.
Nigeria News | ALDAP Hosts National Copyright Moot Court Competition amongst Six Law Faculties in Nigeria
To celebrate the appointment of Dr Tonye Clinton Jaja as the Chairman of the Governing Council of the Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC), the first-ever National Copyright Moot Competition was put together in his honour. This […]
February 19, 2015 — The Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) is reporting that the Commission in collaboration with the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), has impounded pirated works worth over N1 billion Naira from the Apapa Wharf […]
Commission Mulls Amending Act to Tackle Technological Forms of Piracy – Official | Daily Independent
The Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) said on Monday it had planned to amend its enabling Act to tackle technological forms of piracy. The Zonal Manager of the commission, Mr Emeka Ogbonna, told the News Agency […]