The UK Intellectual Property Office, following the Gowers Review on Intellectual Property, has been consulting on copyight exceptions, and following this has published a second stage consultation, suggesting options to implement this. Copyright exceptions is when certain activities are allowed for certain reasons such as legal, education, research and so on.
This consultation is available as of today as Taking forward the Gowers Review of Intellectual Property: Second stage consultation on copyright exceptions. There is a lot there for anyone interested to digest -- it is 100 pages long.
Comments are invited by the 31 March 2010 as explained on this page.