The Copyright Act 2014 was a very long awaited legislation for the protection of Copyrights in Mauritius and its concerned stakeholders. This dissertation critically analyses the effectiveness of the Copyright Act 2014 from what was the situation before it came into force and what was the situation 3 years after its implementation. The analysis of the whole system has shed light on how copyright is managed in practice and questioned the effectiveness of the Act through interviews carried out with professional in the field of copyright as well as provided recommendations to amend the current situation.
Jagatprakash RAMBURUTH is a 25 years old Doctoral Candidate in Mauritius. His thesis is focused on reforming the legal framework concerning Medical Negligence in Mauritius. He has an LLB (Hons) from the University of Mauritius and an LLM in International Business Law with Distinction from the University of Central Lancashire (UK).
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Copyright Law, Mauritius, Copyright Act 2014, masa, Copyright in Mauritius, Cybercrime Unit, Anti-piracy unit, MRMS
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