The British Copyright Council (BCC) represents those who create, hold interests, or manage rights in literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works, performances, films, sound recordings, broadcasts and other material in which there are rights of copyright and related rights.
The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) recently closed an open consultation on Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property: Copyright and Patents, requesting proposals for reform to the UK intellectual property (IP) system. Please see the BCC’s response.
The BCC has responded to the Department for International Trade’s call for input for trade with South Korea, the Andean countries and Vietnam
The BCC is delighted to announce that Saskia Perriard-Arboh has been appointed as the BCC’s new Director of Policy and Public Affairs.