CD ripping to be made legal in UK this summer

A UK Copyright Exception that will make it legal for consumers to rip music from CDs for personal use will come into effect into June, it has been announced.

The UK Government has published a new guide for consumers explaining what the law will mean for them, which you can read and download through this link.

The guide makes clear that: "It  will still be illegal to make copies for friends or family, or to make a copy of something ...



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