UK private copying provision scrapped by High Court
UK music industry takes action over government piracy plans
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The English High Court has ordered a judicial review of the UK government’s change to copyright law that made it legal for people to make copies of copyright protected material.
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BASCA; English High Court; copyright; exceptions; Department for Business, Innovation & Skills; UK Music; parody