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Letter to Mary Rasenberger re: Section 108 Study Group (Apr. 24, 2006)

Based on discussions during the Los Angeles, CA and Washington, D.C. roundtables, the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) and the American Library Association (ALA) submit the following additional comments on the Section 108 Study Group efforts.

pdf ltr-rasenberger-108-24apr06.pdf

 
     

Letter to Jim Sensenbrenner, Jr. and W.J. "Billy" Tauzin re: "Database and Collections of Information Misappropriation Act" Discussion Draft (Sept. 8, 2003)

Letter from the Net Coalition regarding the "Database and Collections of Information Misappropriation Act" ("Discussion Draft" or "Draft"), specifically several provisions that would be unnecessarily punitive to the Internet community but would exceed other similar federal statutes.

pdf lt-netcoalition-databases-08sep03.pdf

 
 

Letter to Mary Rasenberger re: Section 108 Study Group (Feb. 22, 2006)

The Association of Research Libraries and the American Library Association request that Sherrie Schmidt, Arizona State University, and Ken Frazier, Director, University of Wisconsin, Madison, participate in the Section 108 Study Group Roundtable Discussions in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C.

pdf ltr-rasenberger-108-22feb06.pdf

 
 

Letter to Tracey L. Armstrong re: Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) underwriting litigation (Nov. 11, 2010)

Letter expressing ARL's disappointment with the decision by the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) to underwrite 50% of the plaintiffs' costs in the litigation by three publishers against Georgia State University.

pdf lt-ccc-gsu-11nov12.pdf

 
   

Georgia State University (GSU) Fair Use Decision Recap and Implications: Memo to ARL Library Directors

This memo summarizes the key rulings in the Georgia State University (GSU) lawsuit concerning the use of electronic course reserves and discusses some possible consequences for libraries generally.

pdfmemo_gsudirectors_15may12.pdf

 
 

Mandatory Public Access to Federally Funded Research Does Not Violate Copyright Obligations

Statement from ARL, SPARC, and ALA refuting the argument of several publishers of scientific, technical, and medical (STM) journals who argued that proposed legislative changes to the NIH Public Access Policy would violate U.S. treaty obligations under Article 13 of TRIPS and Article 9 of the Berne Convention, and potentially constitute a "compulsory license."

pdf public-access-statement-nih-july07.pdf

 
 
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