Businesses: do your employees use or share work-related published content?
Virtually all published content from print or digital sources is protected by copyright. This means you must make sure you have permission to use it at work, or you could be infringing copyright law.
- According to a recent survey of businesses around the world, the rate of work-related content sharing has tripled since 2016.
- 49% of that content is being sourced externally and is most likely to be shared by executive level staff compared to management.
- Yet, 47% of professionals recently surveyed are unaware of their organisations copyright policy, or unsure of its details.
Make sure your business is protected
CLA are recognised by the government (https://www.gov.uk/copyright-licensing-agency-licence) as the collective licensing body for the reuse of text and images from books, journals and magazines.
Our licence is required if any of your staff make copies from any of the 16 million-plus print or online publications that CLA represents and our annual business licence will help you to minimise the risk of copyright infringement.
The CLA Business Licence provides blanket permission to use content from millions of publications giving you peace of mind when you reuse copyright material, whether it is receiving and sharing press cuttings, downloading an online report, emailing a journal article or even making a photocopy or scan from a book or trade magazine.
So, to find a licence that is right for your business, please click on one of the appropriate sector links below. If you aren't sure if you fit exactly into the categories listed, you should choose 'Other businesses and Charities'.
If you wish to apply for a CLA Licence or if you would like further information to establish if a licence is required, please use the button below to contact us.