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9 November 2020

GDPR Lessons to Learn from the Department of Education’s Data Protection Issues

By Faye Cheung, Researcher The Information Commissioners Office (ICO) recently published its audit report of the Department of Education (DfE). It launched an investigation into DfE after receiving complaints over […]

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18 February 2019

Copyright and No Deal Brexit for Cultural Heritage and Educational Establishments

By Naomi Korn ©Naomi Korn Associates As well as impacting existing and proposed data protection legislation as discussed in our last blog post, the current Brexit impasse has implications for […]

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20 September 2018

‘A sledgehammer to Crack a Nut’ – Our Expert’s Take On the EU Copyright Reforms

Our Senior Consultant Charles Oppenheim discusses the implications of EU copyright reforms.

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18 May 2018

Going Back to School?

By Carol Tullo, Senior Consultant The Bookshop and Lottery Agency of Jan de Groot in the Kalverstraat in Amsterdam, Isaac Ouwater, 1779. Photo credit: Rijksmuseum.   The experience of running […]

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8 March 2017

A Copyright Shout Out to Schools and School Librarians

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of presenting to CILIP’s Schools Library’s Group. It was a tremendous and highly enjoyable opportunity to discuss the relationship between copyright and […]

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12 February 2017

Spaces, Images and Teaching Copyright

Last summer, I had the pleasure to present to a number of University Copyright Experts about – Copyright, Licensing and Digital Images: Teaching the teachers what they can use when […]

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