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The UK implementation of the EU Copyright Directive

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> Draft UK Government proposals
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The Patent Office analysis

The Patent Office has published its own analysis in the form of a Draft Regulatory Impact Assessment, which includes a summary of consultations with various interested bodies. It can be found at:
a local copy here

The Campaign for Digital Rights

Julian Midgley has published a critique on the Campaign for Digital Rights website. This addresses effects on cryptographic research, software development, professional music studio practices, beneficiaries of exceptions, and expiry of copyright. It can be found at:

Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology

A four page POST note on "Copyright and the Internet" (as will be widely read by MPs):

Open Directory Project Links...

The Open Directory Project is the largest, most comprehensive human-edited directory of the Web. It is constructed and maintained by a vast, global community of volunteer editors. Their link farm contains numerous useful references to further material.


In addition to the above material, the responses page has links to formal consultation responses.

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