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By Jenevieve Maerker, Associate, Foley Hoag L.L.P.
On January 18, 2017, Instagrammers, Tweeters, and other digital denizens celebrated the fourth annual “Museum Selfie Day,” or more accurately #MuseumSelfie Day.
By Corilee Christou, MLS, Owner, C2 Consulting
By offering creators a means by which to establish and define the rights of others to use their works, Creative Commons has created a digital and knowledge commons essential for creators and users alike.
By Linda Frederiksen, Head of Access Services, Washington State University Vancouver
In a rapidly-evolving legal and technological landscape, it is challenging for libraries to keep up with copyright law, which defines how libraries engage in their daily work. Enter the copyright librarian
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Editorial: Is it good enough?
Gretchen McCord, J.D., M.S.I.S., Editor
Do documents like ” donor forms” and “releases” grant your institution sufficient rights to make works publicly available online?
Question: I requested permission to use a journal article from the journal publisher. The publisher directed me to the author of the article and said once I had permission from the author, they (the publisher) would give me a “quitclaim” for the same article. What is a quitclaim and why do I need it if I have permission from the copyright holder?
Why do I keep hearing people say that they can do anything they want with content that is openly accessible on the Internet, because it is “public domain?”
New Requires Under the DMCA Online Service Provider Safe Harbor
Google Transparency Report