Tag Archives: Copyright and Fair Use

Scholars Win Exemptions to Digital-Copyright Act

By SCOTT CARLSON The U.S. Copyright Office has issued a handful of exemptions to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act that may benefit media professors, archivists, and other academics. Under certain circumstances, they will now be allowed to circumvent access-control technologies … Continue reading

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Digitization at Princeton

The digitization of text, images, and music has become an integral part of research and teaching at Princeton. Services to support these efforts continue to be developed to respond to an ever increasing need to convert traditional materials to digital … Continue reading

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Intellectual Property Focus of Campus Conference

The Princeton University Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies is pleased to welcome all attendees to the Princeton University – Microsoft Intellectual Property Conference, May 18-20. Few areas of law are changing as rapidly as intellectual property law. With … Continue reading

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Google Wages Fresh Campaign Against Critics of Project to Digitize Library Books

By ANDREA L. FOSTER The battle between publishers and Google over the Internet-search company’s project to digitize library books has heated up with an announcement this month by Google that it was starting a campaign to dispel misperceptions about the … Continue reading

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