Collecting for overseas copies

Garneau, George
December 1998
Editor & Publisher;12/12/98, Vol. 131 Issue 50, pS17
Trade Publication
Reports that the Salem, Massachusetts-based Copyright Clearance Center has distributed $2.5 million for overseas photocopying of works in the United States. Technique for collecting reproduction rights; Development of a Web site to cope with the difficulty of locating individual authors and publishers; US copyright law.


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