In the Loop
- European threats. // Library Journal;6/1/1986, Vol. 111 Issue 10, p54
Reports on the negative reaction of the European community to the clause in the U.S. Copyright Law forbidding copyright to any book not printed in the U.S.
- Doctorow's First Law. Doctorow, Cory // Publishers Weekly;8/2/2010, Vol. 257 Issue 30, p15
In this article the author discusses issues related to the U.S. publishing industry, with particular emphasis on online publishing. She attempts to discover which online booksellers to exist to serve the interests of copyright owners and those that unfairly bind copyright holders. The author...
- Balancing act on copyright. Adler, Marsha Nye // Academe;Mar/Apr96, Vol. 82 Issue 2, p110
Looks at the expansion of copyright laws in the United States to include material carried over the Internet. Bans placed by legislation; Views on the bill by Cornelius Pings, president of the Association of American Universities; Disadvantages of the legislation; Where information on copyright...
- David, Goliath, and copyright permissions. Franke, Ann H. // Academe;Mar/Apr96, Vol. 82 Issue 2, p112
Focuses on the provisions in the Copyright Act in the United States which are to be considered in deciding whether use of copyrighted materials is `fair' and thus may be made without permission. Character and purpose of use of copyright material; Examination of the portion of the copyright work...
- Copyright Law's Broken Rear Window: An Appraisal of Damage and Estimate of Repair. Saunders, Daniel A. // California Law Review;Jan1992, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p179
Few Supreme Court cases have engendered as much concern and debate within the entertainment industry as Stewart v. Abend. That decision determined the relative rights of holders of copyrights in derivative motion pictures and in the source material on which those films are based. Industry...
- Contract and Copyright Are Not at War: A Reply to `The Metamorphosis of Contract into Expand.'. Wolfson, Joel Rothstein // California Law Review;Jan1999, Vol. 87 Issue 1, p79
Argues that the seeming contradiction between contract law and copyright law should be resolved by the courts or by the United States Congress. Citations on cases involving contract law and copyright law; Practical difficulties that the law would create for the information industries.
- Supreme Court to Hear Copyright Extension Case. Craig, Bruce // Perspectives;Apr2002, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p21
Focuses on the case of Eldred versus Ashcroft on the constitutionality of the 1988 Copyright Term Extension Act in the U.S. Protection of existing copyrights by an additional of 20 years; Distribution of creative and historical works in the digital age; Implication of the decision of the court...
- Copyright protection: Understanding your options. McKenzie, Matt // Seybold Report on Internet Publishing;Dec96, Vol. 1 Issue 4, p6
Focuses on copy-protection schemes and authentication systems in the United States. Effectiveness of technologies designed for copyright protection; Implication of the White Paper study conducted by the US federal government on online copyright issues; Criticisms on the White Paper policy;...
- Back From the Future: A Proleptic Review of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Nimmer, David // Berkeley Technology Law Journal;Summer2001 Supplement 1, Vol. 16, p855
Focuses on the opinion of the author on the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. in the United States. Proposition of the Copyright Act, by the Congress; Features of the Digital Millennium Act; Distinction from several legal schemes.