Includes Keyword: licensing
The Orphan Works Problem: The Copyright Conundrum Of Digitizing Large-Scale Audiovisual Archives, And How To Solve It
This article considers six regulatory solutions to the orphan works problem: incentivising the sharing of rights management information; extended collective licensing; indemnity or security; compulsory licensing; limited liability; and statutory limitation.
Finding a Home for Orphans: Google Book Search and Orphan Works Law in the United States and Europe
This journal article argues that an international solution is needed to address the problem of orphan works, and suggests extended collective licensing as a possibility.
Extended Collective Licenses and the Nordic Experience: It's a Hybrid but is it a Volvo or a Lemon?
This journal article considers whether extended collective licensing schemes can be imported into jurisdictions outside the Nordic countries, where they originated.
E-Reserves Permissions and the Copyright Clearance Center: Process, Efficiency, and Cost
This journal article presents a cost analysis of using the Copyright Clearance Centre's pay-per-use service to clear rights for use in 2961 course readings at Penn State University Libraries.
Enclosing the public domain: The restriction of public domain books in a digital environment
This journal article reports the results of a survey of six online repositories in New Zealand, using a sample of 100 public domain books, illustrating the variety of access and usage restrictions placed on such works.
Dithering Over Digitization: International Copyright and Licensing Agreements between Museums, Artists, and New Media Publishers
This journal article considers the potential impact of new media technology on museum licensing practices in 1995.
Digital Propertization of the New Artifacts: The Application of Technologies for 'Soft' Representations of the Physical and Metaphysical
This journal article explores the possibility of copyright reform in relation to digital reproductions of cultural property, with specific reference to aboriginal artefacts from Australia and New Zealand.
Diamond open access and open peer review: An analysis of the role of copyright and librarians in the support of a shift towards open access in the legal domain
This journal article reports on the Paul Scholten project, an effort to create an online English translation of an introduction to Dutch Private law. It explores issues encountered in relation to open access, digitisation, rights clearance and the role of libraries and librarians in particular.
Cultural Heritage Online? Settle It in the Country of Origin of the Work
This journal article proposes a cross-border extended collective licensing scheme which could facilitate the clearing of works from cultural heritage institution collections for use in digital repositories like Europeana.
Cultural Heritage & New Media: A Future for the Past
This journal article advocates for copyright reform to address outdated and uncertain elements of the law in relation to cultural heritage, new media and copyright exceptions.