As Nigeria joined the rest of the world in celebrating the World book and copyright day yesterday, the Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) said that it has arrested 371 suspected pirates. Director General of NCC Barrister Afam Ezekude said this in Abuja while speaking at an event to commemorate the world book day. The UNESCO’s general conference chose April 23 every year to pay tribute to books, the authors who wrote them and the copyright laws that protect them. Read more
A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has sentenced one Mr. Anthony Okojie to two years imprisonment on a one count charge of unauthorized sale of 376 copies of bibles and motivational books in which […]
A twenty feet container, loaded with 60,000 copies of suspected pirated literary works estimated at sixty million Naira (N60 million), has been confiscated by operatives of Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) at the Apapa Seaport, Lagos. […]
The Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC), in its all out war against pirates and their accomplices within the Federal Capital City and its environs, has arrested three suspects pirating and commercially distributing a book: Third Term […]
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