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Tuesday, 14 February, 2017 - 21:30

No, it's not the title of the latest Zelda game. The #SaveTheLink campaign has been pushing to keep the internet a free place to express ourselves after the EU Commission proposed a new EU Copyright Directive...

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Pirate Newsletter - August

Hello Pirates!

It might be the height of summer, but there still seems to have been a fair amount happening in the Pirate Party - so do please read on to find out more.

Confidential Healthcare Data to be shared with Pharmacists

Monday, 10 August, 2015 - 23:15

In what is effectively a forerunner to the controversial Care.data project from NHS England Pharmacies (including of course Boots, Tesco and Superdrug) will now have access to patient’s confidential data (the so called 'Summary Care Record'). This is being rolled out across England following a pilot scheme in 140 pharmacies where almost 2000 patient’s records were accessed.

CMU Podcast: Apple Music, Universal, SFX Entertainment, Dr Dre

CMU's Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review the week in music and the music business, including facts, figures, rumours and deals at Apple Music, Universal's new playlist marketing boss Jay Frank, the latest on Robert Sillerman's attempts to buy back SFX Entertainment and the knock on effects for Beatport, plus the surprise new album from Dr Dre. The CMU Podcast is sponsored by 7digital.

Includes a mention of PPUK's 6th birthday.

Sunday, 9 August, 2015 - 14:15

SNP celebrates by-election successes

At South Lanarkshire, Hamilton South, the SNP held the seat vacated by Angela Crawley MP. First-preference voting was: SNP 1,881, Labour 1,396, Conservative 349, Green 127, Christian 77, Ukip 43, Lib Dem 32, Pirate 13. Swing from Labour to SNP was 16%, and turnout 26.8%.

Friday, 7 August, 2015 - 20:45

iTunes is Illegal: Why Copyright Laws Need a Drastic Overhaul

The simple truth is that ‘big content’ lobbies are wrong in claiming that they are the sole voice of artists and the creative industries. Big corporations have unfortunately appropriated Intellectual Property laws as a kneejerk reaction to seeing their profits threatened time after time by innovators outside the industry (think Napster, Pirate Bay) – whose interests lie beyond financial gain – rather than helping artists and creators, as they are originally intended to serve.

Friday, 7 August, 2015 - 19:45

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