The Copyright & New Media Law Newsletter will be entering its 15th year of publication in 2011. Much has changed in copyright, licensing and “all things digital” since the Newsletter’s inception in 1997. Beginning as a print publication, the Newsletter is now also available in an electronic format, readable on phones, computers and electronic reading devices. The Newsletter may be shared on a library or organization intranet. Premium content is available to e-subscribers. Our U.S., Canadian and international readers enjoy the plain language discussion of copyright compliance and management, with practical advice. Click for further info and a sample issue.
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This post sets out 10 essential things U.S. librarians and information professionals must know about U.S. and international copyright law.
Does fair use exist in Canada? Do you have to register a work to be protected by Canadian copyright law?
Obtaining Copyright Permission Obtaining permission to use digital content, whether online or in a physical container such as a DVD, should
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