A Guide to UK Copyright Law.

Copyright is a property right whereby the owner of the copyrighted work may undertake or authorise other persons to carry out certain acts in respect of the work.

Works protected by copyright include literary, dramatic, musical or artistic works, sound recordings, films, broadcasts, cable programmes, typographical arrangements of published editions, original databases, and computer programs.

Our guide below encapsulates all of the details of UK copyright law. 


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