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What Is Third Party Data Collection? By Kia Abbasi

Copyright is a type of Intellectual Property, that sets out the rewards of ownership of  third parties utilising the work. In the UK copyright protection is automatic, however, the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (“CDPA”) sets out the current UK copyright law in force that protects literary, artistic and musical and dramatic works, sound […]

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Copyright is a type of Intellectual Property, that sets out the rewards of ownership of  third parties utilising the work. In the UK copyright protection is automatic, however, the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (“CDPA”) sets out the current UK copyright law in force that protects literary, artistic and musical and dramatic works, sound recordings or films, broadcasts, and public performance, copying, adapting, issuing, renting and lending copies to the public. Copyright protects work that is fixed in a tangible medium. Ideas and concepts are not considered to be a ‘tangible medium’ and are therefore outside the scope of CPDA. Kia Abbasi at ISACA’s London Chapter says that copyright is extremely complex: it can be waived, shared, expired, sold and even applied multiple times to a single product. Copyright can last from 25 to 70 years in the UK and starts from the moment the work is created or…

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