#ipkenya Weekly Dozen: 01/06

Nigeria World Cup Nike Kit Sold Out 2018

  • Nigeria’s World Cup kit sells out in 15 minutes [BBC]
  • Rwanda’s £30m Arsenal sponsorship divides opinion [The Guardian]
  • Uganda imposes tax on social media use [Reuters]
  • Cameroon: 3rd Meeting of the ARIPO-OAPI Joint Commission on Intellectual Property [In French]
  • Tanzania: AY and Mwana FA awarded Sh96 million against telco giant [SDE]
  • Court rules SONY is not a well-known brand in Kenya [Business Daily]
  • Music Copyright Society of Kenya Now Banned from Collecting Music Royalties [Captain Obvious]
  • New South African IP Policy Text Now Available [Official]
  • Some concerns on advertisements in Ethiopia [The Herald]
  • Running the gauntlet: making wise patenting decisions [Dennemeyer IP Blog]
  • MaXhosa v Zara [Stellenbosch IP Chair]
  • Winners of the 2017 ATRIP Essay Competition Announced [ATRIP]

For more news stories and developments, please check out #ipkenya on twitter and feel free to share any other intellectual property-related items that you may come across.

Have a great week-end!

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Recap of WIPO African Sub-Regional Workshop on New Perspectives on Copyright

WIPO African Sub regional Workshop New perspectives on copyright organized by the World Intellectual Property Organization in cooperation with the African Regional Intellectual Property Organization Harare Zimbabwe July 2015

This week, African Regional Intellectual Property Organization (ARIPO) hosted the WIPO African Sub-regional Workshop on New Perspectives on Copyright organized by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) from 20 – 21 July 2015.

The Workshop drew Heads of Copyright Offices in the ARIPO Member States and some Observer States who took part in this crucial Workshop aimed at discussing the management of Copyright and Related Rights in the face of new challenges emanating from new digital technologies. Also in attendance were copyright officials from Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago who shared their experiences with their African colleagues.

What follows is a summary of the presentations made by the various participants at the Workshop.

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