Monday, 3 June 2013


In the last few weeks, since the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act became law, a lot of misleading information about the Act has circulated on the Internet, some of it suggesting that images will need to be registered in order to enjoy copyright protection. This is not true, UK copyright law changes do not mean that rights holders have to register their rights - it is still an automatic right under EU law and the Berne Convention. In order to give a clearer picture of what the changes to copyright mean for photographers, BAPLA have written a short guide. 

You can download ‘The ERR Act - Changes to Copyright Legislation May 2013’ >> here

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