Singapore amends copyright law
The Copyright (Amendment) Bill gives rights holders another tool to tackle online piracy and reflects the city-state’s Marrakesh Treaty obligations
The bill, which passed last week, achieves two goals. First, it updates Singapore’s copyright laws to bring it in compliance with the Marrakesh Treaty for providing copyright exceptions for the creation and distribution of accessible works for visually impaired individuals....
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