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hi,

could you say that secret new music falls within the category of confidential information (property element of theft) so following the ratio of oxford v moss ( the right of confidential information is not intangible property within the meaning of section 4(1) THEFT ACT 1968)?

Anyone think I'm on the right lines or is this open to interpretation
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so to clarify, is it correct legally to say secret new music falls within confidential information and following the case of oxford v moss, confidential information does not fall within the definition of section 4(1) TA 1968 for the purposes of theft d will not be guilty as he has not fulfilled all the elements of theft ?
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