The Gowers Review is widely expected to come out on 6 December (this Wednesday) and there has been speculation that it will recommend a private copying exception.

Florian Koempel of British Music Rights will be speaking on the very topic of private copying on Gowers Day, 6 December, at 1pm at Brunel's Uxbridge Campus.

All are welcome - for further details, contact Ilanah.
GOWERS - YOU HEARD IT FIRST AT BRUNEL GOWERS - YOU HEARD IT FIRST AT BRUNEL Reviewed by Anonymous on Monday, December 04, 2006 Rating: 5

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