In recent news, it was reported that Nigel Williams, the former Director of Village Voice, and local trade unionist Lincoln Lewis have been ordered by the High Court to pay $3 million in damages and costs for violating the copyrights of Village Voice Guyana Inc. and its sole shareholder, Morris Wilson. The court found them guilty of copyright infringement, and as a result, they are now liable for the specified damages and costs. Tiana Cole has the details.
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