24 May 2012
The Bookseller, by Charlotte Williams
The Publishers Association has criticised the tactics used by the opponents of copyright, with PA chief executive Richard Mollet also stressing that publishers must provide political support for it.
Speaking at the Westminster Media Forum today (24th May), PA chief executive Richard Mollet said publishers, through the PA, must campaign "to ensure the sustained right of authors and writers to earn a living from their work and not be told by those who wish to take it without paying that it is their fundamental right to do so".
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