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Moral Rights in U.S. Copyright Law

What Are Moral Rights in U.S. Copyright Law In this post, you will learn about moral rights in U.S. copyright law that benefit certain creators of specific copyright-protected materials. Moral rights protect the reputation of a creator as opposed to […]

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Practical International Copyright Law Online Course

Practical International Copyright Law eTutorial While there is no “international copyright law” per se, there are legal implications whenever your use of copyright materials — your own or third-party

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BIO: Lesley Ellen Harris Lesley Ellen Harris, JD, is the CEO of Copyrightlaws.com. Lesley is a copyright consultant, published author, copyright blogger and educator. She is an expert in navigating

10 Things U.S. Librarians Must Know About Copyright Law

Here you will read 10 essential things U.S. librarians and information professionals must know about U.S. and international copyright law. Copyright compliance is often the domain of librarians and

Raising Copyright Literacy to Lower Copyright Risks Online Course

Register for the eTutorial Raising Copyright Literacy to Lower Copyright Risks, 23 October to 10 November 2017  Raising Copyright Literacy to Lower Copyright Risks (RCL) is a nine-lesson eTutorial that demystifies how

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