Intellectual property and traditional law
The following article discusses field work in the Torres Straits Islands. The discussion is meant to give voice to the Torres Strait Islanders and how they see the problem. It is not meant to represent a hard and fast way of resolving the issues that plague most Indigenous groups, but rather to offer a process of how an Indigenous group is educating its people as well as declaring its rights to control its own intellectual property with their own traditional legal system.
Communication and Media Studies not elsewhere classified