Category Archives: Digital Britain

Digital Economy Bill

JP Rangaswami to the music industry: The Digital Economy Bill: Be Careful What You Wish For   BBC: Call for ‘fuller’ debate on Digital Economy Bill   The debate in Parliament Download Tera consultants Building a Digital Economy report PDF “The substitution rate represents the number of units that would likely have been sold if […]

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Digital Economy Bill and Digital Britain in March

Digital economy bill likely to be pushed through before electionGuardian 05.03.2010 Copyright is not the only thing that matters online, says Bill ThompsonBBC 02.03.2010 Music Week: Clause 17 voted down in LordsThe industry is celebrating that non P2P infringers are being dealt with in the Digital Economy Bill, after the House of Lords voted through […]

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Digital Britain Reports

For the last week I’ve been occupied with a new blog which tracks news coverage in the lead up to publication of Lord Carter’s final Digital Britain report. The report will be published on Tuesday 16th June and announced in Parliament by the new Minister, Ben Bradshaw, in the afternoon. On Wednesday 17th Lord Carter […]

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Digital Britain Unconferences

Unconferences so far: Oxfordshire, Humberside, London. Cambridge next Note for the Birmingham Unconference Preparation: it would help if people could read the report from the Oxford unconference beforehand. They may want to develop some of those themes or introduce new ones. I can report back on the first meeting. Reporting from the London unconference […]

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