The economic impact of consumer copyright exceptions: a literature review

Mark Rogers, Joshua Tomalin, Ray Corrigan

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Abstract

Advances in the technology available to consumers have fundamentally altered the relationship between authors, rights-holders and consumers with regard to copyrighted creative works. The copyright system in the UK is undergoing a gradual process of reform to reflect this new reality.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages36
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2010

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Rogers, M., Tomalin, J., & Corrigan, R. (2010). The economic impact of consumer copyright exceptions: a literature review.