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Policy: BCC response to the IPO’s Call for Views on the UK’s ratification of the Beijing Treaty – June 2021

The Beijing Treaty on Audiovisual Performances is an international agreement to provide intellectual property rights in audiovisual performances. These include performances given by actors, musicians, dancers and other performers that are incorporated in films, television programmes and other audiovisual recordings. UK law already meets most of the standards required by the Treaty. However, there are some areas which require us to change our law. The Treaty also contains optional provisions which countries can choose whether and how to implement.

21.06.18 - BCC response to the IPO's Call for views on the UK's ratification of the Beijing Treaty
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