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Rights Of The Less Privileged To Copyrighted Information In Nigeria: An Appraisal Of Persons Living With Visual Impairment
Equitable provision of information to persons with visual impairment has been a major challenge to libraries in Nigeria primarily due to constraint of information in accessible media; hence the growing calls to repackage information in friendly format accessible to these special information users. Little attention has however been accorded to the existing legal framework under the Nigerian copyright laws which guarantees the exclusive rights of the copyrighted holders to their intellectual works. This study examines to what extent the Nigerian laws permit such reproduction of copyrighted works into braille for the enjoyment of the persons with visual impairment.
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