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Copyright: Just A Sample
This issue came up in Europe recently.
South Africa
11 Sep 2019
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David Guetta Accused Of Copyright Infringement
A popular South African musician, Daniel Baron, has accused the international dance music superstar David Guetta of plagiarising the melody from one of his singles.
South Africa
1 Apr 2019
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Baby Shark In Dangerous European Waters
In 2015, the creators of the YouTube channel, PinkFong, published the Baby Shark music video on its channel. However, it was in 2018 that the song became a global phenomenon, to the extent that it currently has over 2.1 billion views on YouTube.
European Union
1 Mar 2019
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Graffiti: Does It Leave You With Unclean Hands?
There was an interesting article in the South African marketing industry publication Bizcommunity about street art.
South Africa
31 May 2018
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Music, Politics And The Law
In September 2014, Eight-Mile Style, the publisher of Eminem's "lose yourself" song filed legal proceedings against New Zealand's National party, claiming copyright infringement of Eminem's Grammy...
South Africa
14 Aug 2017
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Who Says Pop Music Is Dead?
One of the main drivers behind copyright law is to promote the development of art and culture.
South Africa
18 Jul 2017
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Exceptions To Infringement Of Literary And Musical Works
The Copyright Act provides for general exceptions to the protection of literary and musical works to allow for fair dealings with the works.
South Africa
1 Nov 2013
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Broadcasters (Needle) Time To Pay Has Come
Life can be terribly complex
South Africa
31 Aug 2012
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S.A. Copyright – Heading To Be A Dinosaur?
Copyright in South Africa runs the risk of becoming an endangered species and ultimately suffering the fate of the dinosaur.
South Africa
4 Nov 2007
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