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Full texts of national copyright and related rights legislation of UNESCO Member States. The collection currently comprises about 100 laws.
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Dan Carnevale writes that President Bush is expected to sign a bill, passed last week, that would open the door for professors to use some copyrighted works in online courses without having to seek permission. (The Chronicle of Higher Education Tuesday, 8 October 2002)
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Links to copyright policies U.S. libraries are implementing.
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Full text US copyright laws, copyright related information and links to websites from this ARL site.
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Dr William Kilbride gives an account of intellectual property and rights issues relating to an online research archive. It describes the licensing regime in place to protect the creators and publishers of the data, and provides a case study of actions taken to stop unlicensed re-publication of data by a third party. It concludes that clarity is essential in the protection of intellectual property rights and that effort taken at an early stage will be rewarded in the long term. (7 October 2004).
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Adrienne Muir describes a new project to identify copyright and licensing issues that currently hinder digital preservation and looks at whether new legislation will help. (Update June 2003)
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Siva Vaidhyanathan argues against America's 1998 Digital Millennium Copyright Act. (The Chronicle Review 2 August 2002)
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John Willinsky examines contradictions in how copyright works with the publishing of scholarly journals. These contradictions have to do with the protection of the authors' interest. Authors may well be better served, as may the public which supports research, by open access journals because of its wider readership and early indications of greater scholarly impact. This paper reviews the specifics of publishers' contracts with editors and authors, as well as the larger spirit of copyright law in seeking to help scholars to better understand the consequences the choices they make between commercial and open access publishing models for the future of academic knowledge. (First Monday 7(11) November 2002)
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A comprehensive guide to copyright from the Music Library Association.
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Commissioned for and sponsored by the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program, Library of Congress. Written by June M. Besek and Copublished by the Council on Library and Information Resources and the Library of Congress, January 2003.
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