An essay written for The Pantograph Punch, exploring the copyright decisions you make every day, and tackling the difficult issues of digital entitlement, monetisation and worth.
Bletchley Park – and the stories of the women who worked there during World War Two – is of keen personal interest to me. My Gran, Irene, was one of those women. She took the Official Secrets Act very seriously, and never told me much about it. So I jumped at the chance to read Tessa Dunlop’s book The Bletchley Girls and learn more.