[A2k] FW: Letter from 50 Copyright Experts to South Africa

Denise Nicholson Denise.Nicholson at wits.ac.za
Wed Mar 4 07:08:25 PST 2015


Hi,

I would like to have added my name to this letter. Not sure why I was not asked to sign.  I did support a letter going to the DTI.  

Regards
Denise
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From: Sean Flynn [sflynn at wcl.american.edu]
Sent: 04 March 2015 04:13 PM
To: a2k at lists.keionline.org
Subject: [A2k] Letter from 50 Copyright Experts to South Africa

Please find below the final and public text of the letter sent to South
Africa yesterday by 50 global IP experts, urging consideration of a
flexible user right in the copyright reform process now underway.



http://infojustice.org/archives/33998



Sean M Fiil Flynn

Associate Director

Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property (PIJIP)

American University Washington College of Law
4801 Massachusetts Ave., NW
Washington, D.C. 20016
(202) 274-4157

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