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The growth of the internet is perhaps the most conspicuous example of the law failing to adapt with sufficient speed.
The Copyright Directive – properly called Directive 2001/29/EC on the harmonisation of copyright and related rights in the information society – was due to be implemented by all EU member states by 22nd December 2002. Few member states met the deadline....
In 2003, UK copyright law was amended so that a number of activities that were previously permitted under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 are now only permitted under more limited circumstances. The main changes, which are described below,...
Organisations need a licence to carry out photocopying for commercial purposes to avoid infringing copyright, even where the copying is done for research purposes.