Clare Painter How Much Will it Cost to Use Someone Else's Copyright Content?
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By Clare Painter

Abstract

Whether or not we have permission to use someone else's content - and how to get that permission is a question many of us are struggling with. Copyright expert Clare Painter provides some pointers on rights and licensing.

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