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  1. Most people have been doing it for years, but currently it's against the law to copy CDs , DVDs and other media, such as ebooks. But from June 1st 2014, it will be legal to make copies for personal use. However it will still be illegal to make copies to give away or sell to other people. The Intellectual Property Office has produced a guide outlining the changes which will affect how you can use digital content like books, music, films and photographs http://www.ipo.gov.uk/copyright-guidance-consumers.pdf
  2. Hi everyone. I have been concerned for some time about my employer taking mypayslips and P60's home to photocopy them. I often don't get them for ages and then only after lots of moaning about not getting my payslip. I thought it was a legal requirement to be given the payslip with my wages? I am very concerned that the personal information contained on my slip may fall into the wrong hands as my employer is often losing them and has to hunt around to track them down to give to me. I s he allowed to copy my payslip and P60? T hey are a
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