Tag Archives: copyright

ALA Washington Office hosts Google Policy Fellow lunch

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Guest Post by Johnna Percell, Google Policy Fellow On Thursday, July 16, ALA Washington Office welcomed a few of my colleagues in the Google Policy Fellowship to a lunch discussion of the office’s portfolio. The Google Policy Fellowship provides an opportunity for undergraduates, graduates, and law students who are interested in Internet and technology policy to spend the summer working ... Read More »

3D and IP at VT

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3D printers are finding their way into an ever-growing number of libraries, schools, museums and universities. Together, these institutions facilitate creative learning through 3D modeling, scanning and printing. Virginia Tech is one of the latest universities within this far-reaching “creative learning community” to build a makerspace replete with cutting-edge 3D technology. The facility, located in the Resource Center at the ... Read More »

Update on 1201 proceedings

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In the last two weeks, the Copyright Office held ten hearings in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. and heard the arguments for and against circumvention of digital locks—Section 1201 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act—on the proposed classes of works, including cell phones, video games, e-readers, and oh yes, farm equipment. Many have said that these hearings are unbearable and ... Read More »

CopyTalk webinar update

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The next free copyright webinar (60 minutes) is on December 4 at 2pm Eastern Time. This installment of CopyTalk is entitled, “Introducing the Statement of Best Practices in Fair Use of Collections Containing Orphan Works for Libraries, Archives, and Other Memory Institutions” presented by Dave Hansen (UC Berkeley and UNC Chapel Hill) and Peter Jaszi (American University). CopyTalks are scheduled ... Read More »

CopyTalk: Free Copyright Webinar

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Join us for our CopyTalk, our copyright webinar, on December 4 at 2pm Eastern Time. This installment of CopyTalk is entitled, “Introducing the Statement of Best Practices in Fair Use of Collections Containing Orphan Works for Libraries, Archives, and Other Memory Institutions.” Peter Jaszi (American University, Washington College of Law) and David Hansen (UC Berkeley and UNC Chapel Hill) will ... Read More »