Continuously published since 1997, Copyright & New Media Law is a trusted source of information, analyses, and news of copyright, privacy, Internet law, and other legal issues critical to the digital world. By making complex issues make sense, Copyright & New Media Law has become the go-to journal for our readers, who include universities & colleges, schools, libraries, authors and other creators, copyright compliance officers, museums, law firms, corporations, non-profits, and more.
Copyright & New Media Law is a quarterly journal edited by Gretchen McCord and published by Digital Information Law. Each issue focuses on topical articles written by well-versed lawyers, academics, and others, addressing topics as proposed and new legislation, significant court decisions, licensing, privacy in a digital world, Internet law, ownership and management of content, rights of information consumers, social media, and more.
Each issue also contains supporting content such as a popular Questions & Answers section, reviews of books and digital tools, news updates, and more.
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