Do any of you hold NLA or CLA licences to cover photocopying, printing and emailing of newspaper, journals, magazines etc. articles within your organisations? We currently receive news items/clippings that reference our company, via our financial and marketing PR agencies (who hold their own NLA and CLA licences). Only certain named individuals can receive them but they are not permitted to email or print those articles for further distribution. We also display notices next to each photocopier to remind employees that photocopying of such material is not permitted under copyright law. We find this somewhat restrictive (particularly when we only wish to distribute articles that refer to our own company). However, we have looked into purchasing the appropriate CLA/NLA licences and have found the costs prohibitive. We would appreciate knowing about any alternative approaches that others may follow.