The UK Supreme Court is publishing video of its proceedings on its website in a video on demand service.  This is welcome.  What is baffling is the decision to remove the videos after a year both for copyright, capacity and possibly cost reasons: ‘Footage will remain available for approximately one year after the court hearing, before being removed to make way for new cases. For copyright reasons, users will not be able to download the footage for long term storage or editing. ‘The on-demand archive complements the Court’s streaming service…

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Original source – Talk About Local

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