UK government wants your views on copyright
The UK government has published detailed proposals to clarify and extend copyright exceptions, in response to this year’s Hargreaves Review on intellectual property
The government wants businesses to provide "thoughts and evidence" on the wide-ranging reforms during a consultation period that will last until March 21 next year.
Most of the proposals concern copyright exceptions.
The government proposes creating a private copying exception....
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