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Ernst & Young report argues for ‘fair use’ provision

A government-commissioned Ernst & Young (E&Y) report, Cost Benefit Analysis of Changes to the Copyright Act 1968, has found that an open-ended fair-use exception is likely to have a larger overall benefit than broadening the current fair-dealing exceptions. The report was commissioned following the 2014 Law Reform Commission report Copyright and...

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