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UK opens access to 91 million orphan works
Department for Business, Innovation & Skills, Intellectual Property Office [corporate]

PublishedOctober 2014
Type of workPress release
PeriodicalVolume 2014
PublisherGov.UK

ABSTRACT
A new licensing scheme launched today could give wider access to at least 91 million culturally valuable creative works.

Keywords copyright · licensing · orphan works · reunite copyright holders with works

Other numberDecember 9th, 2014
RefereedDoes not apply
RightsOpen Government Licence v3.0
URLhttps://www.gov.uk/government/news/uk-opens-access-to-91-million-orphan-works
Access dateDecember 9th, 2014
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