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IP Law – Page 7 – Liz Lenjo
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IP Law

IF YOU DO NOT OWN IT OR CONTROL IT, YOU EXPLICITLY NEED A LICENSE: A GOLDEN LESSON KENYAN MUSICIANS NEED TO LEARN

This has been an interesting year for Kenyan music. We have had some great hits and some serious misses. I have been meaning to tackle the issue of seeking consent since earlier in the year when DJ Pierra released the song Wape a re-arrangement of Queen of Taarab Bi. Malika. Now, here we are and Dela has done a wonderful cover of Adele’s "Hello". According to an article by All Africa, they spoke to Dela and the article made a declaration that a cover for Youtube purposes does not amount to copyright infringement. This is a very laughable conclusion. So, I shall bring it closer home with...

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