Free to reproduce, free to exploit : South Africa’s copyright amendment bill

 If South Africa's Copyright Amendment Bill is accepted as is, it will be detrimental to academic content production.

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Mis en ligne par Keyan Tomaselli, Distinguished Professor, University of Johannesburg
 14/03/2019

 If South Africa's Copyright Amendment Bill is accepted as is, it will be detrimental to academic content production.

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