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During Copyright Week, Library Copyright Alliance Promotes Balanced Copyright Internationally

In 2012, a broad coalition of advocates for an open internet defeated the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and PROTECT IP Act (PIPA). Known as SOPA/PIPA, these bills would have...

US Copyright Office Allows Access to E-books for People with Disabilities, but Licenses May Still Restrict Access

Research libraries are committed to making information resources as broadly accessible as possible, regardless of users’ abilities or disabilities, but copyright law has played a role in prohibiting  the international...

Three Takeaways from US Copyright Office Publishers’ Protections Study Roundtable

The US Copyright Office is conducting a study of current copyright protections for publishers, and how potential ancillary copyright protections for publishers might interact with current copyright law, particularly as...

Podcast: Victoria Owen on Libraries and the Marrakesh Treaty

 About the ARL Views Podcast The ARL Views podcast provides deep dives into key issues of interest to the research library community. About This Episode In this episode, Victoria...


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