United States of America
Copyright and Related Rights
5. Please describe the protection the copyright law of Fiji provides for performers, and the term of the protection.
Part X of the Copyright Act 1999 (Fiji), covers Performers' Rights, sections 166, 167 168 and 169 of which cover infringements by a person or persons, who without a performer's consent for a commercial purpose makes a recording of the whole or substantial part of a performance, by means of an illicit recording or copies of a recording knowing or having reason to believe that it was made without the performer's consent. A performer's rights are infringed by a person who without the performer's consent imports into Fiji other than for his private and domestic use or in the course of business possesses, sells or lets for hire c recording that the person knows or ought to have known is on illicit recording.