Copyright ©2016 by Tim Giles

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Copyright ©2016 by Tim Giles:

Copyright ©2016 by Tim Giles And I mean it!

Henry David Thoreau was jailed for refusing to pay a tax. :

Henry David Thoreau was jailed for refusing to pay a tax. Thoreau replied, “Ralph Waldo, why aren’t you in here with me?” When his friend Ralph Waldo Emerson visited him, he asked, “ Henry David, what are you doing in there?”

Does this statement need to be cited?:

Does this statement need to be cited? “Ernest Hemingway was born in Oak Park, Illinois.”

An issue here is . . . . . . . :

An issue here is . . . . . . . Who owns knowledge? Bruce Lehman, former United States Commissioner of Patents, wanted to extend copyright policy so that every author on the internet would own everything.

Or here’s another::

Or here’s another: Who owns HTML code?

New technology reinvents copyright law::

New technology reinvents copyright law: Phonograph Radio TV Copy machines VCRs The internet Teevo ?

Current Trends . . . . . . . . . :

Current Trends . . . . . . . . . This link to the Association of Research Libraries summarizes copyright action present and past: http://www.arl.org/focus-areas/copyright-ip/2486-copyright-timeline#.VvbyxNIrJMw

Authors on their rights:

Authors on their rights William Wordsworth Harriet Beecher Stowe On Uncle Tom’s Cabin, a German court ruled, “an author’s exclusive property in a literary composition, or his [sic] copyright, consists only in a right to multiply copies of his book, and enjoy profits therefrom, and not in an exclusive right to his conceptions and inventions”

Scholarship:

Scholarship Scholarship & the public domain. Without protection, new knowledge cannot be as readily generated.

The Copyright Act of 1976 states,:

The Copyright Act of 1976 states, The fair use of a copyrighted work . . . for purposes such as criticism, comment , news reporting, teaching . . . scholarship or research is not an infringement of copyright.

Fair Use Factors::

Fair Use Factors: the nature of the copyrighted work; the purpose and the character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for non-profit educational purposes;

The Copyright Act of 1976 states,:

The Copyright Act of 1976 states, the amount and substantiality of the purpose used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole; the effect of the use upon the potential market or value of the copyrighted work.

Basic Books Inc. v. Kinko’s Graphics (1991):

Basic Books Inc. v. Kinko’s Graphics (1991) A Manhattan Federal District Court awarded $1.9 million to Basic Books over a violated copyright.

Princeton University Press v. Michigan Document Service (1994):

Princeton University Press v. Michigan Document Service (1994) a federal district court ruled against Michigan Document Service and fined them to pay $30,000 in reparations to the three publishers. The judge denied Michigan Document Service’s “claims of a cumbersome permissions procedure.”

Princeton U P v. Michigan Document Service, continued--:

Princeton U P v. Michigan Document Service, continued-- Two years later (1996), the 6 th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decided that “a copy company’s reproduction of large masses of copyrighted materials as part of course supplements for university students falls within the ‘fair use’ doctrine.”

Princeton U P v. Michigan Document Service, continued--:

Princeton U P v. Michigan Document Service, continued-- The Association of American Publishers appealed. In 1997, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the case

More recent developments . . . :

More recent developments . . . The New York Times itself recently tried unsuccessfully to wrest copyright control of its articles from the reporters. Even though this guy took a selfie , He can’t own the copyright!

The Digital Future Coalition:

The Digital Future Coalition consumer electronics manufacturers software and computer companies, communication companies, teachers (including NCTE and MLA), internet civil liberties groups, online service providers, consumer protection organizations writers

The future is now . . . . . .:

The future is now . . . . . . the end of scholarly activity as we know it?

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