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• About the British Photographic Council

The British Photographic Council exists to protect, develop and promote the rights and interests of photographic image makers, those involved in the distribution of their work, and the bodies that represent them in the UK.

The Council represents these views to the Government, the European Commission and other relevant bodies either directly or through or with the co-operation of other bodies with similar aims.

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The British Photographic Council is an umbrella body, and its board is comprised of representatives from its member organisations.Read more...

2009 survey into the state of existing copyright law

British Photographic Council survey of photographers, picture libraries and press agencies regarding the current state of copyright in the UK

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Survey results in PDF form Download (PDF, 270kb)

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Survey press release in .pdf format Download (PDF, 70kb)

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