BPI welcomes Cable's new IP protection plans

Tom Pakinkis

The BPI has welcomed Business Secretary Vince Cable’s announcement of new plans to have the Intellectual Property Office more involved in the combat of piracy and education surrounding IP protection.

“BPI has argued for some time that the IPO should take on a more active role in educating young people about how IP affects them in the digital world,” said BPI chief executive Geoff Taylor.  

“We are very pleased to hear Government’s announcement today of a new campaign. We ...

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