Importance of fair dealing for libraries

Waladan, Sarah
August 2005
inCite;Aug2005, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p26
Assesses the importance of fair dealing and other copyright exceptions to libraries in Australia. Reason for discussing the exceptions to copyright infringement; Information on the copyright infringement exceptions contained in Division 5, Part 3 of the Copyright Act of 1968; Association between the fair dealing provisions in Division 3 Part 3 of the Act and the libraries and archives exceptions.


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