Huppert's policy paper Stimulating Growth in the Digital Economy, which recommends repealing huge swathes of the DEA, was controversially accepted by his party on Monday. However, in a packed fringe debate with UK Music CEO Feargal Sharkey, the Cambridge MP offered few alternatives to help rights holders tackle piracy despite conceding that "we cannot survive in a culture of getting everything for free".
Huppert said piracy was a huge problem and that for the most part the DEA was "fine", ...
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