Copyright in UK Law
Purpose: This column aims to look at the different economic and intellectual approaches to copyright as separate cultures whose assumptions and approaches make it difficult for them to share a sing...
Copyright in the networked world: copyright police
Purpose: The purpose of this column is to look at how copyright enforcement is handled. Design/methodology/approach: Legal issues in enforcement are examined, as well as the initiatives of organiz...
Copyright in the networked world: gray copyright
Purpose: This paper uses an inductive approach to define “gray copyright.” It is needed to describe those situations in which the practical degree of copyright protection can best be measured in sh...
- Computers and Copyright
Why a copyright column?
Copyright is integral to everything we do in digital publishing. This new column will examine a wide range of intellectual property issues using concrete examples from current projects. Since Inter...
Copyright in the networked world: copyright status facts
Libraries tend to make assumptions about copyright. The assumption is that any work published since 1923 has copyright protection. This article is about how to discover key facts about the copyrigh...
- Copyright, Communication and New Technologies
The information bottleneck — electronic copyright issues
Copyright is frequently mentioned at library IT conferences as a slight problem to be overcome. Instead, this article affirms that it is a major impediment which affects all players in the electron...
AUTOMATION OF COPYRIGHT DEPOSIT
Introduction Two computer systems, using similar hardware and software, have been installed at the Copyright Receipt Office of the British Library and at the Copyright Agency to handle receipting a...
COPYRIGHT LICENSING — THE INTERNATIONAL SCENE
IFRRO is the central forum for information exchange and mutual action for organisations concerned with reproduction rights for copyright materials. More than 45 national and international organisat...
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