A full account of what happened behind the scenes as photographers and organisations argued, united and fought for Clause 43 to be removed from the Digital Economy Bill
Clause 43 would have allowed third parties to gain a license to use any orphan work without its copyright owner's permission provided it had done a diligent search for that person. Photographers united under the Stop43 campaign argued that the proposed legislation would bring to an end a photographer's control over his images.
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