CHARGE OF THE COPYRIGHT BRIGADE

A shorty in Friday’s Daily Telegraph reports that Ken Livingstone is in danger of a run-in with the British Copyright Council. A council member has raised the issue of whether the red C in a circle that is the symbol of the Inner London Congestion Charge is too close to the copyright symbol for comfort. However, the secretary of the BCC has said that it’s unlikely that matters will be taken further – “We’ve left it very late to complain, and the congestion charge is only an issue in London” she said.

The IPKat, a staunch pedestrian, is glad this isn’t the end of the road for the congestion charge.

Other types of congestion here and here
More Cs and circles here, here, here and here
CHARGE OF THE COPYRIGHT BRIGADE CHARGE OF THE COPYRIGHT BRIGADE Reviewed by Unknown on Monday, July 12, 2004 Rating: 5

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