UK Government has ‘no plans’ to implement Copyright Directive 

Following last year’s success in modernising copyright laws for the digital age, the government has made clear it has no plans to implement the Copyright Directive in light of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU on 31 January. MP Chris Skidmore, confirmed that any changes to the UK’s copyright framework would fall under the domestic policy process.

Source: Government has ‘no plans’ to implement Copyright Directive – M Magazine

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