Streamlining Copyright In The Digital Age

Posted on 8/8/2012 by Sarah Saunders | Printable Version | Comments (0)

In November 2010 the UK government called for an independent review of the Intellectual Property laws and practices. Among the recommendations in a report submitted by Professor Ian Hargreaves and a panel of experts in May 2011 was the creation of a Digital Copyright Exchange.  Next, was another study that offers some workable solutions to the problems addressed in the first report. Sarah Saunders has examined this latest effort.

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Sarah Saunders writes regularly about the stock industry and digital imaging developments. She runs Electric Lane, an image industry consultancy and training company based in the UK. Electric Lane helps businesses of all kinds handle their image workflow from production through to print or digital use. Tel: +44 20 7607 1415, E-mail: fnenu@ryrpgevpynar.pb.hx


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