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Three important copyright issues for publishers are: ownership of content using third party content protecting publications The issues affect both print and electronic publishers of all sorts of content. Copyright Ownership In copyright, the ownership rule seems straightforward: an author …
A version of this post was originally published as an editorial in The Copyright & New Media Law Newsletter. In light of the amendments to the Canadian Copyright
Hosted by Maria Pallante, U.S. Register of Copyrights and Director of the U.S. Copyright Office, today was a day to listen and see for oneself just what copyright
Big news on U.S. copyright reform. Today, Bob Goodlatte announced that the Judiciary Committee will conduct a comprehensive review of the U.S. law over the upcoming months. Bob Goodlatte
Three opportunities in June to be part of live copyright training: 1. Copyright for Publishers in Washington, DC Wednesday 5 June 2013, 2:10 - 3:10 pm, Bonus Session at SIPA (Specialized
World IP Day World Intellectual Property (IP) Day is on 26 April 2013. To recognize World IP Day, the U.S. Copyright Office is hosting a Copyright Matters program. This free
Login. Library and Special Library Copyright Issues is the name of an online course beginning 10 April 2013 (ending 29 April 2013) through Special Libraries Association's Click University. There are 3 webinars
U.S. Copyright Laws in Congress U.S. copyright law is often the subject of bills, discussions on the Hill, and of course new legislation. The process of amending the U.S.
The online course, U.S. Copyright Law Principles, ended on 15 March 2013. It is one of 9 courses in the Certificate in Copyright Management program offered by Special Libraries
How familiar are you with U.S. copyright law? Take the challenge below to test your knowledge on U.S. copyright law. True or False? In order to have copyright protection in