Copyright pirates face crackdown

Thursday, 7 December 2006, 2:54 AM EST

Copyright criminals must face far tougher regulation to protect the entertainment industry, a report says.

The Gowers Report was commissioned by the government to look at modernising UK copyright laws for the digital age. While it proposes new powers against copyright infringement, it also says private users should be allowed to copy music from a CD to their MP3 player.

At the BBC.

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