UK Government: 'No reason' why MP3 resale shouldn't be legal

The UK Government has seemingly backed the peer-to-peer resale of digital entertainment files - so long as the seller deletes their 'copy'.

The news comes out of the current EU Commission consultation on copyright reform, part of which involves a debate on the sort of digital reselling carried out by ReDigi in the US.

“As regards the resale of copies, the UK notes that traditional secondary markets for goods can encourage both initial purchase and adoption of technologies, and the ...

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