Ownership and copyright of scholarly works
This talk will look at the latest attempts in the US to contain copyright online with the introduction and retraction of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and Protect IP Act (PIPA) bills, and discuss what the implications are for Australia. The most recent effort to bring Australian copyright laws in line with technology was the 2000 Digital Rights Addendum to the Copyright Act, but within libraries the stated goals to ‘provide access to copyright material for the general community’ have been...[Show more]
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|Source:||Kingsley, D. (May 2012). Ownership and copyright of scholarly works. Presentation at the Intelligent Information Symposium 2012 [Symposium]. Sydney, Australia: ANU|
|Kingsley-IntelligentInform4May2012_OAversion.ppt||Presentation slides||582.5 kB||Microsoft Powerpoint|
|Kingsley-IntelligentInform4May2012_OAversion_handouts.pdf||Handouts of presentation slides||421.35 kB||Adobe PDF|
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