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The Committee took considerable evidence on the problems associated with changing the liability model for software licensing and this highlighted the arguments both for and against such a move, for example the counter' arguments to the view that changes in liability would incentivise the production of better software. The Government considers that there is scope for further discussion at the European level and this is already taking place as part of the ongoing Review of the Consumer Acquis. This debate should consider how to both improve the reliability of software and protect the interests of consumers while not reducing the quality of software available on the market or the incentives to innovate.

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