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3D Printing: Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Implications for Libraries
What kinds of risks do libraries assume in providing space and 3-D printing technology for patrons to create, invent, tinker or copy physical objects? Can libraries be held liable for indirect or secondary infringements? ...
Cultivating Copyright Custodians for the Digital Age: Law, Libraries, & the Public Interest in Lending (Obsolete Formats)
In 2004, the Supreme Court of Canada famously decided that the provision for fair dealing in Canada was not simply a defence to a claim of copyright infringement but an integral and constitutive part of the Canadian ...
Copyright 101: Issues for Editors
Presentation for the Kingston Chapter of the Editors' Association of Canada