Category Archives: Copyright
“…NOW THEREFORE the Faculty Senate of the University of Virginia hereby adopts and endorses the following policy to govern copyrights in scholarly articles authored by the faculty and respectfully asks the Provost to implement this grant of copyrights and to … Continue reading
Recommended reading: Legally Speaking: The Dead Souls of the Google Booksearch Settlement: “ This piece will appear in the July 2009 issue of Communications of the ACM. Readers may also be interested in the slides from Pam’s recent presentation, ‘Reflections … Continue reading
Yesterday Harvard’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences voted to require faculty to make copies of their research freely available through the Office of Scholarly Communications. You can read the proposal in the meeting agenda but here’s the relevant section: The … Continue reading
House passes HR 4137 with the P2P section intact. See Ars Technica for more detail.
Perhaps you’ve never seen a letter from the RIAA. What exactly do they say when their use of P2P software reveals the IP address of another P2P user–one on a campus network? To give you a better sense of the … Continue reading