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- The copyright exception in section 29 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 allows the making of a single copy solely for the purpose of non-commercial research or private study within the limits of fair dealing.
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UCL Discovery Takedown policy
If you believe you have a legitimate reason to request the removal of an item in UCL Discovery (relating, for instance, to issues with intellectual property, copyright, publishers' rules, third-party copyright, moral rights or other legal issues), please e-mail us the following details:
- bibliographic details of the material, including the full URL
- the nature of your complaint and action required
- if your complaint or request relates to copyright or related rights, confirmation that you are the rights holder or affected subject, or an authorised representative of the rights holder or affected subject
- your contact details
We will acknowledge receipt as soon as possible. Where the grounds for complaint appear to be reasonable, we will temporarily remove the material in question, pending further investigation. If the complaint is found to be legitimate, the material will be permanently removed from the repository.