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Copyright is in vogue

In the NLA’s view, copyright is critical to the fortunes of the creative industries and a focus on copyright law is likely to grow as creators wrestle with the opportunities and threats posed by the internet. This interesting piece just published by Niri Shan and Adam Rendle at Taylor Wessing highlights the fact that copyright licensing is receiving a lot of attention from the UK government and the EU – with more initiatives than summer rainfall.

Among other insightful observations in this overview of the landscape, they note that “…the question asked by policymakers appears to have changed from "What can we do for creators and their works?" to "What can creators and their works do for us?" Now read on…

David Pugh

Managing Director, NLA