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Ireland needs to upgrade copyright legislation - it could have a positive economic effect, writes Steve Dempsey.

24th November, 2013

Everyone's at it. Britain is doing it, so too is the US. Canada has just done it and Australia is about to do it. It's copyright reform, and last month we got a glimpse of how Ireland might soon be doing it too, when the copyright review committee published its report on modernising Irish copyright. The report made a number of recommendations, and also included a draft bill to focus the minds of legislators.


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