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Report on Digital Rights Management and Access to Knowledge – II

Internet and digitalization of academic material play an important role in providing access to knowledge for students and researchers in the developing world. Particularly important is the fact that, due to the nature of digital content, the copying and distribution of such materials are easily achieved. The report discusses some of the important issues related to Digital Rights Management (DRM) and its utilization. Download

Copyright and Access to Knowledge
Policy Recommendations on Flexibilities in Copyright Laws

The Copyright and Access to Knowledge report examines copyright law in 11 Asian countries. It finds that all 11 countries, including China, India and Malaysia, have given copyright owners far more protection than the intellectual property treaties they have signed up to require. Download

Access to Knowledge Country Reports:
- Thailand
- Indonesia
- Malaysia

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Report on Digital Rights Management and Access to Knowledge – II113.13 KB
Copyright and Access to Knowledge: Policy Recommendations on Flexibilities in Copyright Laws1.75 MB
Country report - Indonesia153 KB
Country report - Thailand153.18 KB
Country report - Malaysia985.55 KB

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