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Copyright Law + Using Images and Photos from Google

Have You Found the Perfect Image on Google? How many times have you used Google and found the perfect image or photograph? As tempting as it is to copy and paste that image and perhaps even manipulate it for your […]

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Food Bloggers of Canada: Copyright + Food Blogging

From October 23 - 25, I'm in Montreal at FBC2015 with some pretty amazing, fun and interesting food bloggers. It's a weekend of social activities, great food and

Misconceptions about Licensing Electronic Content and E-Rights

Misconceptions about Licensing Electronic Content and E-Rights Here are some common misconceptions about licensing electronic content that I consistently hear: Misconception #1: Not all licenses are negotiable. Almost every license is

digital rights in Canadian museums, archives and libraries

Leading in the Digital World: Opportunities for Canada’s Memory Institutions

Council of Canadian Academies I recently experienced the wonderful opportunity of being on the Expert Panel on Memory Institutions and the Digital Revolution organized by the Council of Canadian

U.S. Copyright Office

Orphan Works and Mass Digitization

U.S. Government Report on Orphan Works and Mass Digitization In June 2015, the U.S. Government issued a comprehensive report on Orphan Works and Mass Digitization. The report addresses two

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