favorite copyright resources?
- August 2, 2004 @ 1:20pmross says:Anyone have any suggestions of good and generally useful copyright resources that might be useful to link to in the sidebar? Basically, anything that seems like it would be a valuable general reference that would come up often... I'd like to have some basic resources to link to and be able to point to when common themes (the 4 factors of fair use, etc) come up. So, let me know your favorites :D
- August 2, 2004 @ 1:32pmCOvalle says:Copyright is a favorite subject of mine. Here are some of the resources I've used.
Title 17 USC
The University of Texas Crash Course in Copyright
The Electronic Frontier Foundation's Intellectual Property Archive
Lawrence Lessig's blog
(Lawrence Lessig's books, Code and other Laws of Cyberspace, The Future of Ideas, and Free Culture, are also very worthwhile reads).
There are several other copyright related blogs I read regularly.
There are also several books that are worth reading: The Complete Copyright by Carrie Russell, Hoffman's Copyright in Cyberspace, Jessica Litman's Digital Copyright, and an excellent one I've read recently is Siva Vaidhyanathan's Copyrights and Copywrongs. He's recently released "The Anarchist in the Library," but I haven't had a chance to look at it yet.
- August 3, 2004 @ 6:42ammeghann says:The following .edu sites have been useful to me in the past:
IUPUI's Copyright Management Center
Stanford University Libraries' Copyright and Fair Use site
- August 4, 2004 @ 10:04amcadvlib says:Here are a couple more:
The Preservation Department of Stanford University Libraries runs a website called Conservation OnLine (CoOL). The site provides a wide range of information for people involved in various types of conservation. One of their topics is â€œCopyright and Intellectual Property.â€? The home URL is http://palimpsest.stanford.edu/ and the copyright information is found at http://palimpsest.stanford.edu/bytopic/intprop/
The University of Colorado also provides online information for students and faculty regarding copyright restrictions and fair use at http://www.colorado.edu/copyright/index.html. The site includes links to other sites and decision trees for faculty and students. It addresses academic use of material as well as downloading music and using digitized material.
- August 13, 2004 @ 7:55ambrianburns says:Another source that I recently discovered was www.ipwatchdog.com. They cover DMCA fairly well and I liked how organized it was.
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