What Does Fair Use/ Fair Dealing Mean?

Fair use, or fair dealing, is an exception to copyright law which allows some copyrighted works to be reused under specific circumstances.

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How Brexit is Changing UK Copyright Law

Brexit is a topic widely discussed, and with ever-increasing frequency as we near January 1st 2021. But how is it changing UK copyright law?

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How Are Copyright Free and Royalty Free Different?

There is a measure of confusion over the difference between copyright and royalty free content. Do you really know what they mean?

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Copyright and Translation

A translation is a form of derivative work which requires the copyright holder’s permission, unless the piece is in the public domain.

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When Does Copyright Expire?

In the UK, copyright lasts for the lifetime of the creator, and will expire 70 years after their death. However, there are some exceptions.

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Google v. Oracle: Coding and Copyright

In a high-profile case unlike any before, Google and Oracle have gained significant media attention in a decade-long legal battle.

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What is Copyright Infringement And How Do We Stop It?

In short, copyright infringement occurs when someone uses your intellectual property (your book, song, artwork etc.) without your permission.

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Sherlock Holmes And His 'Copyrighted Emotions'

This question is starting to gain more attention again after the release of Netflix's "Enola Holmes" with claims of copyright infringement.

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Banksy Is Losing Copyright

Banksy is an anonymous England-based street artist, political activist, and film director, active since the 1990s.

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Real Copy Copyright

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