Intellectual property law: protection for indigenous peoples (1)

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While governments may believe that current intellectual property rights are enough to protect traditional knowledge, indigenous groups such as the Saami and Native American tribes disagree. This exercise introduces you to the language and concepts surrounding the protections available to indigenous peoples, training your reading and vocabulary skills.

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Intellectual Property Law