• Posts Tagged ‘copyright’

    Is it Copyrighted? Can I Use it?

    by  • December 17, 2014 • Politics & Law, video • 0 Comments

    Copyright! Complicated, confusing, and not clear-cut. What does a librarian need to know? Michael and Laura will present scenarios to discuss, as we all shine a light on the subject and try to figure out what a librarian needs to do.

    Presented by Michael Sauers and Laura Johnson, Nebraska Library Commission
    Nebraska Library Association Annual Conference
    South Sioux City, NE
    10 October 2014

    “The Letter” Is Still The Best Story To Explain Why Copyright Monopoly Must Be Reduced

    by  • October 20, 2014 • Politics & Law • 0 Comments

    Envelope

    That letter had four important characteristics that each embodied vital civil liberties. That letter, first of all, was anonymous. Everybody had the right to send an anonymous message to somebody. You could identify yourself on the inside of the message, for only the recipient to know, on the envelope, for the postal services to...

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    Harper Collins starts watermarking eBooks

    by  • September 16, 2014 • ebooks • 0 Comments

    harper_logo with text - high res

    This week HarperCollins and anti-piracy company Digimarc announced the debut of a new ebook watermarking system to enable the identification of leak points in the company’s supply chain. TorrentFreak caught up with the publisher to learn about its new anti-piracy solution and its overall anti-piracy strategy… Called Guardian Watermarking for Publishing, the system embeds...

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