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.
The Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) has secured 40 convictions against different copyright offenders between January 2011 and June 2013. The pirates were sentenced to various terms, including imprisonment, in some instances, without the option of […]
Abuja, Nigeria — A Hearing Notice has been issued by a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja, in Case No. FHC/ABJ/CR/379/2015 filed by the Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) against Nigeria’s largest telecommunication provider, MTN Nigeria […]
There appears to be a new development in the ongoing legal battle between the Musical Copyright Society Nigeria, MCSN, Copyright Society of Nigeria, COSON and the Nigerian Copyright Commission, NCC. This is coming on the […]