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AI Seoul Summit (23 May 2024)

Kirsty Blackman: ...coming down the line with regulation. Who will own the data that is gathered? Who has responsibility for ensuring its safety? What is the Minister doing to ensure that regard is given to copyright and that intellectual property is protected for those people who have spent their time and energy and massive talents in creating information, research and artwork? What are the impacts of the...

Public Bill Committee: Prison Media Bill: New Clause 1 - Unauthorised photographs, films and sound recordings of prisons and prison workers: Scotland (22 May 2024)

...activities at any specified prison. (2) In subsection (1) ‘specified’ means specified in the authorisation. (3) In sections 41ZC to 41ZE— ‘film’ has the same meaning as in Part 1 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (see section 5B(1) of that Act); ‘photograph’ has the same meaning as in that Part (see section 4(2) of that Act); ‘sound recording’ has the same...

Relationships, Sex and Health Education: Statutory Guidance - Statement (16 May 2024)

Baroness Barran: ...for clarifying that point. In relation to contractual obligations, she is aware that my right honourable friend the Secretary of State has written twice now to schools clarifying the position on copyright and intellectual property. The simple way through this is that schools should not engage and use third-party providers of materials where copyright presents an issue or where their...

Relationships, Sex and Health Education: Statutory Guidance (16 May 2024)

Catherine McKinnell: ...children. Of course parents should know what their children are being taught. While providers are already required to do this, it is acknowledged that there have been issues with interpretations of copyright legislation, and it is absolutely right that Ministers seek to clarify this issue. We also welcome the fact that there will be additional content on suicide prevention in the secondary...

Written Answers — Department for Culture, Media and Sport: Video Games: Artificial Intelligence (14 May 2024)

Julia Lopez: ...2007 covering film, television, animation, video games, orchestras, theatres and more. His Majesty’s Government is working across Departments to develop an approach on artificial intelligence and copyright which allows this technology and the creative industries - including video games - to grow in partnership. The Sector Vision includes an objective to increase public and private...

Artificial Intelligence (Regulation) Bill [HL] - Third Reading: Motion (10 May 2024)

Lord Holmes of Richmond: ...time to legislate—it is time to lead. We know what we need to do, and we know what we need to know, to legislate. We know the impact that AI is already having on our creatives, on our IP, on our copyright, across all that important part of our economy. We know the impact that having no labelling on IP products is having. Crucially, we know the areas where there is no competent...

AI: Intellectual Property Rights - Question ( 9 May 2024)

Viscount Camrose: ...at the expense of our world-leading creative industries. Our goal is that both sectors should be able to grow together in partnership. We are currently working with DCMS to develop a way forward on copyright and AI. We will engage closely with interested stakeholders as we develop our approach.

Written Answers — Department for Education: Allergies: Primary Education ( 9 May 2024)

Damian Hinds: ...the Secretary of State for Education on the introduction of age limits for sensitive subjects. In March 2023, my right hon. Friend, the Secretary of State, also wrote to schools to remind them that copyright law does not prevent them sharing external resources with parents. In October 2023, she wrote again to clarify that any contractual clause that prevents schools from sharing materials...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Relationships and Sex Education: Sex ( 9 May 2024)

Baroness Barran: ...-independent-review. Transparency is also important, and parents should be able to see what their children are being taught. The Secretary of State has twice written to schools to remind them that copyright law does not prevent them sharing external resources with parents and to clarify that any contractual clause that prevents schools from sharing materials is void and unenforceable....

Written Answers — Department for Education: Health Education: Alcoholic Drinks ( 1 May 2024)

Damian Hinds: ...friend, the Secretary of State for Education, on the introduction of age limits for sensitive subjects. In March 2023, the Secretary of State for Education also wrote to schools to remind them that copyright law does not prevent them from sharing external resources with parents. In October 2023, the Secretary of State wrote again to clarify that any contractual clause that prevents...

Written Answers — Department for Culture, Media and Sport: Intellectual Property: Artificial Intelligence (29 Apr 2024)

Lord Taylor of Warwick: To ask His Majesty's Government what steps they are taking, if any, to update copyright and intellectual property regulations to better protect the rights of professional creatives and ensure fair compensation, given the challenges posed by artificial intelligence technologies.

Written Answers — Department for Culture, Media and Sport: Museums and Galleries: Copyright (18 Apr 2024)

Julian Knight: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, if she will make an assessment of the potential merits of taking steps to tackle the practice of museums marginally editing non-copyrighted media in order to charge people to use that media.

Written Answers — Department for Science, Innovation and Technology: AI and Copyright Code of Practice Working Group (18 Apr 2024)

Chris Bryant: To ask the Secretary of State for Science, Innovation and Technology, if she will publish the attendance of each meeting of the AI and Copyright Code of Practice Working Group in (a) 2023 and (b) 2024.

Written Answers — Department for Science, Innovation and Technology: AI and Copyright Code of Practice Working Group (18 Apr 2024)

Chris Bryant: To ask the Secretary of State for Science, Innovation and Technology, on what dates the AI and Copyright Code of Practice Working Group met in (a) 2023 and (b) 2024.

Written Answers — Department for Science, Innovation and Technology: AI and Copyright Code of Practice Working Group (18 Apr 2024)

Chris Bryant: To ask the Secretary of State for Science, Innovation and Technology, if she will publish minutes of the AI and Copyright Code of Practice Working Group meetings in (a) 2023 and (b) 2024.

Scottish Parliament: Crystal FM Radio (28 Mar 2024)

Christine Grahame: ...fees. However, outlays are substantial. Over a 10-year period, Ofcom receives £6,000 and wireless telegraphy licensing costs £2,500. Music licensing fees to PPL, PRS for Music and the Mechanical-Copyright Protection Society—MCPS—are £30,000. VAT payments in excess of £25,000 are made over 10 years. That is a particularly cruel levy on the local service, which is not a business and...

Artificial Intelligence (Regulation) Bill [HL] - Second Reading (22 Mar 2024)

Viscount Camrose: ...of protecting intellectual property, a profoundly important subject. In the AI White Paper consultation response, the Government committed to provide an update on their approach to AI and copyright issues soon. I am confident that, when we do so, it will address many of the issues that noble Lords have raised today. In summary, our approach, combining a principles-based framework,...

Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare - Question for Short Debate (19 Mar 2024)

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath: ...for the website from 4 March this year. Twice, the department has refused an offer from the FPA to take it over, and the reasons given are clearly spurious. The first rejection was based on Crown copyright considerations of the Sexwise brand—a ridiculous argument. The second rejection, after the FPA clarified that the Crown could keep ownership of the brand, was, quite frankly,...

Trade (Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership) Bill [Lords]: New Clause 1 - Report: accession of states to the CPTPP (19 Mar 2024)

Greg Hands: ..., and I will set out why we consider them to be unnecessary. The impacts of the rules depend in large part on how they are applied in particular cases through secondary legislation made under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. That secondary legislation may restrict or extend particular rights to particular countries. Wherever the Government intend to make significant changes to...

Relationships Education: LGBT Content — [Peter Dowd in the Chair] (18 Mar 2024)

Damian Hinds: ...Member for Carshalton and Wallington was absolutely correct when he said that those requirements are already set out and clear. However, following concerns about things such as barriers because of copyrights, the Secretary of State has now written—twice—to all schools to remind them of the responsibility to make available materials, including relationships education materials, where...


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