Tagged With: Google Books
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.
Estimating the economic impact of mass digitization projects on copyright holders: Evidence from the Google Book search litigation
This journal article argues that mass digitisation projects such as Google Books can have a positive economic impact on publishers, and identifies ways in which empirical research could be used to further explore the economic effects of mass digitisation.
Archives and Copyright: Developing an Agenda for Reform
This web resource provides citable digital conference proceedings for 'Archives and Copyright: Developing an Agenda for Reform', which was held at the Wellcome Trust on 27 September 2013.
MIT Economist: Here's How Copyright Laws Impoverish Wikipedia
This article summarises research undertaken by Abhishek Nagaraj at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology examining how the availability of digitized, public domain works affect the quality of knowledge online.