[A2k] 16th ratification delivered!
Denise.Nicholson at wits.ac.za
Thu Apr 7 01:29:17 PDT 2016
South Africa has included provisions beyond Marrakesh in its Draft Copyright Amendment Bill, but we are still trying to get the Government to ratify the Treaty itself.
I have written to the DTI twice (and copied to other relevant Govt. departments too) and have got our National Council for Library and Information Services (NCLIS) to do so too (I am the Vice-Chair of NCLIS).
Let's hope they do the right thing in due course.
From: david at davidhammerstein.org [mailto:david at davidhammerstein.org]
Sent: 22 March 2016 01:42 PM
To: Chris Friend
Cc: a2k at lists.keionline.org
Subject: Re: [A2k] 16th ratification delivered!
Great news. I have heard that their legislation goes beyond Marrakesh by including other kinds of disabled people in the exception to copyright.
> El 22/3/2016, a las 11:08, Chris Friend <chrisfriend2013 at gmail.com> escribió:
> WIPO's Secretariat reported that Israel deposited there ratification document yesterday and became the 16th ratification towards the 20 we initially require. Just 4 to go!
> Christopher Friend
> WBU Technical Advisor for the Marrakesh Treaty
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> E: chrisfriend2013 at gmail.com
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