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Britain's intellectual property laws are to be reviewed to "make them fit for the internet age," prime minister David Cameron has announced.
He said the law could be relaxed to allow greater use of copyright material without the owner's permission.
The announcement was welcomed by internet campaigners who say it will boost small business.
But any changes could be resisted by the music and film industries who have campaigned against copyright reform.
Speaking at an event in the East End of London, at which he announced a series of investments by IT giants including Facebook and Google, Mr Cameron said the founders of Google had told the government they could not have started their company in Britain.
and when nobody can contact the original author or publisherHow do you establish this?
if you not sure who Mini Rupe isAlternatively you could have used his proper name instead of trying to appear clever (and failing).
well some thinks it could be a open house sale or something when the door is wide open
I am not saying copyright is a bad thing, just that there needs to be a sensible approach to it and when nobody can contact the original author or publisher (as they do not exist anylonger) then material should be able to be used on the Internet.