Cost concerns over Digital Rights Agency

The Department for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform and the Department for Culture Media and Sport have just opened a consultation on how such a body would work and has estimated - depending on the agency's eventual structure - that it could cost at least £2.5m.

The Stephen Carter and David Lammy-penned document - What Role For A Digital Rights Agency? - sets out 29 key questions for interested parties, such as UK Music and the BPI, which are both ...

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