Expensive copyright limits learning in Fiji | Pacific Beat

Expensive copyright limits learning in Fiji

Expensive copyright limits learning in Fiji

Updated 28 August 2013, 8:50 AEST

Fiji police are investigating ways to improve copyright laws to make it easier to prosecute offenders.

The police department feel there's a need for improved powers to deal with issues such as piracy.

The Consumer Council also feel that copyright is an issue especially as Fiji is moving towards a knowledge-driven economy.

Chief Executive for the Council Premila Kumar says that piracy and the selling of counterfeit goods are two major issues the public is facing in Fiji.

Presenter:Geraldine Coutts

Speaker:Premila Kumar, chief executive, Consumer Council, Fiji

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