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Illegal distributors of e-papers to face court

OPINION

The types of intellectual property recognised under the Kenyan legal system include patents, trademarks, copyright and design rights

Illegal distributors of e-papers to face court

By Edward Sigei | 1 year ago

Politicians should stop exploiting musicians

Politicians should stop exploiting musicians

Politicians identify a song that reflects the theme of their campaigns, they often use it and by the time copyright owners reach out, it is too late.

Edward Sigei | 7 months ago

Copyright Act has saved artists risk of losing their royalties

The main objective of the changes to the law was to ensure that government could intervene to secure the interests of the members

Edward Sigei | 8 months ago

Why the future could be brighter for artists

New measures could help boost royalty payouts

Edward Sigei | 1 year ago

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