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The complexity of copyright

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Buying and selling the rights to use a song or picture is a complicated business. A process to make it easier has started with a call for evidence for a feasibility study into whether there should be a Digital Copyright Exchange for the UK.

Richard Hooper, the former deputy chairman of Ofcom, is leading the feasibility study and speaks to Simon Jack about what they are aiming to do.


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