UK 'has the worst copyright laws'
Apr 17, 2009, 12:02 (0 Talkback[s])
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"UK laws that make it a copyright violation to copy a
CD that you own onto a computer or iPod should be changed, says
"The call came after global umbrella group Consumers
International put the UK in last place in a survey of 16 countries'
"Consumer Focus said the UK had to catch up with the rest of the
""UK copyright law is the oldest, but also the most out of
date," said Ed Mayo, chief executive of Consumer Focus."
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