In February 2014, the Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) announced that it was carrying out a survey to access the public perception of the Commission. The Survey contained nine (9) questions that sought to measure the NCC’s performance of its functions and collaboration with other agencies. NCC recently made available the results from the survey, which is available for download on the Commission’s website.
AS the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) chooses Port Harcourt, Nigeria, as the World Book Capital 2004, the Director-General, Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC), Mr. Afam Ezekude, has urged Nigerians to actively embrace […]
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 […]
Nigerian News | Nigerian Copyright Commission Partners MOPPAN to Reintroduce Hologram Stamps Against Copyright Violation and Piracy
In a bid to strengthen and boost copyright regulation and anti-piracy in Nigeria, the Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) has partnered with Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria (MOPPAN) to reintroduce the hologram scheme as anti-piracy […]