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  1. UK Not Expected to Implement EU Copyright Directive

    The UK Government’s Universities and Science Minister has stated that, as a result of Brexit, the UK will not implement the EU Copyright Directive, which was due to be implemented by 7 June 2021.… Continue reading

  2. Loose Lips Sink Ships - Importance of NDAs

    Information and ideas can be the cornerstone to the success of a business. Discussing ideas is sometimes risky and, in certain circumstances, loose lips sink ships. However, remaining tight lipped can hamper development… Continue reading

  3. Intellectual Property: Keeping Hold of Your Most Valuable Asset

    Intellectual property (IP) is an important asset for any business and, for some, will be the foundation on which the business is built. Develop designs or content for clients? Build software or applications? Analyse or i… Continue reading

  4. Five reasons to consider an open-source software audit

    If you’re a software developer or service provider, chances are you are using some open-source software. “Open-source” software is licensed under a group of licences that give licensees full access to the software and it… Continue reading

  5. Latest Copyright Changes On Hold For Now

    Copyright law has been in the spotlight over the past few months, as musicians such as Paul McCartney, Annie Lennox and David Guetta - as well as other rights holders - clashed with free internet campaigners.… Continue reading

  6. Quick Guide to Intellectual Property Rights Act 2014

    The Intellectual Property Rights Act 2014 received Royal Assent on 14 May 2014 and is due to come into effect in October. The Act will modernise certain aspects of intellectual property (IP) law and assist those seeking… Continue reading

  7. New copyright exceptions on the way

    Parliament is currently scrutinising a set of 5 regulations which, if approved, will introduce new and amended exceptions to copyright protection into UK law from 1 June 2014.… Continue reading

  8. Web Browsing does not Infringe Copyright

    The European Court of Justice has decided that internet browsing which involves viewing copyrighted content does not require the copyright holder’s permission and is not copyright infringement.… Continue reading

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