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Consultation on proposals to change the UK's copyright system

Responses to Copyright Consultation

Today, Thursday 26 July 2012, the Government published the responses it received during its consultation on Copyright. The Government received 471 responses from interested parties.

The submitted responses, with the exception of confidential submissions, are listed below in alphabetical order by surname or company/organisation name.

The Government had initially planned to publish the full set of responses alongside its summary PDF document(440Kb) published on 14 June 2012. However, in the course of reviewing the responses received, it became clear that a small number of respondents had advanced criticisms or inappropriately criticised the activities of others in the sector. The Government has now carefully reviewed the submissions to establish any potentially defamatory material and has redacted any inappropriate or defamatory comments. Signatures or personal telephone numbers and email addresses have also been redacted for information security purposes.

Fifteen (15) individuals or organisations submitted after the consultation closed, and their late submissions are also available in the Intellectual Property Office website.

Disclaimer

Many of the submissions to the copyright consultation contain links to other Websites. The Intellectual Property Office neither endorses nor guarantees in any way the external organizations, services, views, advice, or products included in those website links. Further, the Intellectual Property Office neither controls nor guarantees the accuracy, relevance, timeliness, or completeness of the information contained in non-government website links.

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