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British Copyright Council (BCC)

The British Copyright Council (BCC) was established in 1965 and is a national consultative and advisory body representing organisations of copyright owners and performers and others interested in copyright in the UK. It lobbies the British Government, the European Commission and Parliament and international bodies such as the World Intellectual Property Organisation on matters of copyright and related issues.

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British Copyright Council, 29-33 Berners Street, London, W1T 3AB

T: 01986 788 122

F: 01986 788 847

E: secretary@britishcopyright.org

W: www.britishcopyright.org


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