Kenya Copyright Board (KECOBO) is calling on all musicians, innovators, developers, artists and creators of intellectual property (IP) to try out the automated online registration system and provide their feedback.
The online registration system, developed in collaboration with Microsoft 4Afrika, is available at at https://register.copyright.go.ke/ for user testing and review. KECOBO plans to have this system go live in the next three (3) months.
The new automated system is essentially the standard application form for copyright registration in digitised format that can be filled and submitted online. Therefore applicants will no longer have to go all the way to KECOBO’s office to submit their applications.
During this testing period, all users of the system are requested to send their comments & feedback to KECOBO via the email: firstname.lastname@example.org