Copyright and open access in a fast changing landscape
This talk will look at recent issues relating to copyright both overseas and in Australia. Copyright determines what we can and cannot share and recent attempts in the US to enforce copyright online saw an online protest by Wikipedia turning 'off' for 24 hours. In January a proposal for the US Research Works Act - which would make it illegal to have open access a condition of federal research funding - was met with a storm of online protest. Not only was the bill retracted but it spawned an...[Show more]
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|Source:||Broad, E. (2012) 'Copyright and open access in a fast changing landscape', presentation at Australian National University for Open Acess Week 2012, 23 October|
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