May 18, 2007
Britain Considers Extending Copyright Protection
The British Parliament may extend copyright protection to correspond to what is available in the United States if it follows the recommendation of a legislative committee. The current law allows rights holders to collect royalties for only 50 years, but the House of Commons committee recommends that that period be nearly doubled, to 95 years. Read more here.
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