The Labour Party has consulted on the principles that should govern its approach to digital technologies ‘to build a digital future that is safer, fairer and more inclusive’. In our response we have highlighted that if the UK wants to drive digital innovation across all of its regions and nations, then the creators and contributors of these cultural assets must be rewarded for their use within the increasingly complex digital delivery chains. We have called for efforts to address the balance of responsibility for breaches of third party copyright; the need to raise awareness of the importance of copyright amongst the education sector; and the inclusion of economic harms in the definition of online harms.
BCC responds to the Labour Party ‘Our Digital Future’
Oct 19, 2020 | 2020