Paying lip service? In-house unpick UK’s Copyright Directive stance
Lawyers say they would look elsewhere to agree revenue-generating deals, while others predict the UK could provide a haven for content-driven start-ups
In-house lawyers believe the UK government’s intention not to implement the EU Copyright Directive may be “paying lip service” to anti-EU views, but they warn of implications on both sides should the government actually stick to its claim.
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