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The Theft of Creative Content: Copyright in Crisis


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Speaker(s): Amelia Andersdotter MEP, Robert Ashcroft, Ludovic Hunter-Tilney, Dr Luke McDonagh, Eg White
Chair: Professor Andrew Murray

Recorded on 9 May 2013 in Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building.

As the nature of music consumption reaches a critical point, a panel of experts on both sides of the debate discuss the industry’s future.

Amelia Andersdotter is a member of the Pirate Party in the European Parliament.

Robert Ashcroft is chief executive of PRS for Music.

Ludovic Hunter-Tilney is the pop critic for the Financial Times.

Luke McDonagh is a fellow in the Department of Law at LSE.

Eg White is an Ivor Novello award-winning musician, songwriter and producer.

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