Copyright law under review in Ireland
An Irish minister has dismissed rumours that she would amend copyright legislation before the government changes, but confirmed consultations are under way
Rumours circulated in the Irish media last week that the minister for enterprise, trade and innovation would squeeze amendments to the copyright legislation through the Irish parliament without any debate before the government leaves office.
Changes are needed because last...
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