Hooper's copyright recommendations take shape - but who's paying for them?

Representatives of the publishing, music, images, audio-visual and other creative sectors have joined forces to take forward Richard Hooper’s recommendations in his report, Copyright Works, published in July of this year.

As a result, Dr Ros Lynch, a member of the Senior Civil Service in the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and collaborator on Hooper’s final report, has been seconded to lead an industry-funded office to spearhead the work to deliver the report’s recommendations.

However, the sticking point of ...

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