Results 1-20 of 1,578 for copyright
- Bill Presented: Backbench Business — Sanctioning of Benefit Recipients (3 April 2014)
John Hemming: ...stayed, because I discovered that the Department has had a tendency to stay cases. A thousand cases were stayed for more then six months. If there is a massive commercial dispute between two wealthy companies about an issue of copyright or patent, the fact that the court has not yet made up its mind does not affect either of them, but if somebody is destitute and depends on a food bank, it...
- Culture: Cinema — Question for Short Debate (2 April 2014)
Lord Stevenson of Balmacara: ...and one which, as I have said, is both art and industry? The film industry creates intellectual property, and many of the policy issues it faces relate to IP. For example, we are shortly due to debate a number of copyright statutory instruments, at least one of which, it is argued, materially affects this industry, although they come from BIS, not the DCMS. Higher education,...
- Intellectual Property Bill [HL] — Commons Amendments (2 April 2014) See 3 other results from this debate
Lord Clement-Jones: ...had been adopted in the way that he has described. However, it goes into rather greater detail. In his last paragraph dealing with Clause 13, he says: “Some have inferred that because the term ‘substantial’ is used in copyright legislation, and therefore in the context of criminal sanctions for copyright offences, that this provides a suitable precedent for using it in...
- Written Ministerial Statements — House of Lords: Intellectual Property Office: Performance Targets (1 April 2014)
Viscount Younger of Leckie: ... Pursuing preparations for ratification and implementation of the Unitary Patent and Unified Patent Court Agreement Reforming EU Trade Mark law Influencing continuing EU debate on the future copyright framework for Europe in line with UK interests Delivering Global Patent Reform 2 Delivering high-quality rights granting services Modernising our patents service ...
- Copyright (Regulation of Relevant Licensing Bodies) Regulations 2014 — Motions to Approve (31 March 2014)
Copyright (Regulation of Relevant Licensing Bodies) Regulations 2014 — Motions to Approve
- Budget Statement — Motion to Take Note (27 March 2014)
Lord Haskel: ...businesses. Although you cannot touch these investments now, they are made in the hope of benefit in the future—not only in training but in designing a new service, in building a database or in producing something that is copyrighted. They involve branding and marketing. In this changing world, this kind of investment is just as important as the more tangible investment in machinery,...
- Written Ministerial Statements — Justice: Advisory Panel on Public Sector Information (Triennial Review) (27 March 2014)
Simon Hughes: ...Archives and Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office—an official within The National Archives—about changes and opportunities in the information industry, so that the licensing of Crown copyright and public sector information is aligned with current and emerging developments. The review will be conducted in accordance with Government guidance for reviewing NDPBs,...
- Previous Business – Lords: Grand Committee (26 March 2014)
Copyright (Regulation of Relevant Licensing Bodies) Regulations 2014 – Viscount Younger of Leckie.
- Finance (Money): Copyright (25 March 2014)
- Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Copyright (25 March 2014)
Kerry McCarthy: ...of 10 March 2014 from the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries to the hon. Member for Bristol East, in which he said that 'an exception to copyright for private copying is not expected to cause any additional harm to rights holders', what the evidential basis is for the statement that rights holders are already experiencing harm as a...
- Defence Reform Bill: Report (First Day) (24 March 2014)
Lord Tunnicliffe: ...has the Competition and Markets Authority in it—the Office of Fair Trading is morphing into that together with the Competition Commission and the Competition Service. It has this type of experience of balancing regulation. It has some involvement with defence through UKTI. It has tribunal experience. It actually has 49 agencies and public bodies, including the Central Arbitration...
- Previous Business – Commons: General Committee (24 March 2014)
Third Delegated Legislation Committee: Draft Copyright (Regulation of Relevant Licensing Bodies) Regulations 2014.
- Public Bill Committee: Deregulation Bill: Schedule 17 - Legislation no longer of practical use (18 March 2014)
Chi Onwurah: Does the Minister see a contradiction in a measure, despite its not having been used for 140 years, remaining on the statute books? In other cases of legislation not being used—copyright for only three years, for example—it was determined to remove the legislation, even though the underlying issue remained.
- Public Bill Committee: Deregulation Bill: Clause 43 - Exhibition of films in community premises (13 March 2014) See 2 other results from this clause
Tom Brake: ...need to be included within the 500. There was a question on how the Government would ensure awareness of the change, and we will issue statutory guidance in due course. It will include clarification on copyright licensing and the need to maintain a child-appropriate admissions policy. There was a question about whether commercial operators or independent film producers will be at a...
- Written Answers — House of Lords: Copyright (13 March 2014)
Lord Clement-Jones: To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they consider that the proposed exceptions to copyright can be introduced through the medium of section 2(2) of the European Communities Act 1972; and whether that assessment is based on independent legal advice.
- Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: New Clause 1 — Future of intellectual property (12 March 2014) See 12 other results from this debate
Pete Wishart: ..., the very many issues that concern our creative economy. What has defined this Parliament is Hargreaves, and this Bill is probably the end of the process. Is it good enough? Well, there are good things in it. The digital copyright exchange is a fantastic innovation, and the things that Richard Cooper demonstrated proved that positive and good things can be done. There are obviously...
- Public Bill Committee: Deregulation Bill: Clause 27 - Repeal of power to make provision for blocking injunctions (11 March 2014) See 6 other results from this clause
Tom Brake: ...requires the Government to update legislation to keep up to date with technological changes is challenging. Anything that the industry can do on a voluntary basis is therefore welcome, such as a voluntary copyright alert programme. That is likely to be able to act more quickly than any alternative approach. The hon. Lady suggested that what I referred to in my opening remarks was the only...
- Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (10 March 2014)
Gerry Sutcliffe: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills if he will bring forward legislative proposals to repeal paragraph 6 of schedule 1 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988.
- Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Copyright (6 March 2014)
Mike Weatherley: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills what progress his Department has made on drafting the regulations needed to implement changes to copyright exceptions; and if he will make a statement.