Tuesday, 21 May 2013

PA has a go at government over copyright

The Bookseller reports that Publishers' Association CEO, Richard Mollet, has criticised the government for its attitude to copyright. He says that other countries in Europe are "incredulous" at our government's attempts to weaken copyright protection. He would, wouldn't he? But as an author I think he's right to call the government to account. Copyright is not perfect but it does not need to be diluted as much as appears to be happening - especially if we are to attract lots of new technology businesses to Silicon Roundabout and other sites in this country ...
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