Over a ton of confiscated illegal music CDS and film DVDs will today be destroyed by the Kenya Copyright Board. The CDs and DVDs earmarked for destruction are from the exhibits of concluded court cases. The crushed material will then be used as fillers in the manufacture of hardy posts which are used as an alternative to timber.
The Star (Nairobi)
Kenya Copyright Board to Destroy Ilegal CDs and DVDsBy Diana Madegwa, 24 January 2013
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