3 November 2014
A new licensing scheme will give wider access to at least 91 million ‘orphaned’ creative works – including diaries, oral history recordings and films, the Intellectual Property Office said.
'We must now revisit this huge, but for us, anomalous, category of law,' minister tells Lords.
'A shared commitment to high standards of data protection is more important than a word-for-word replication of EU law,' government states.
Information commissioner calls for cooperation across G7 nations to keep people's trust in data-driven innovation.
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