A New York federal district court holds linking is not direct infringement, but could be indirect infringement
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Almost daily, someone will come up to Music Reference Librarian Donna Arnold and start a sentence with, "I'm sorry to bother you..." But, really, it's no bother, Arnold will insis
Skylar Conover, a rehabilitation counseling graduate student who uses a wheelchair, considers herself an open book.
I was recently reviewing our Media Library’s preservation policy and was able to reminisce about some concepts currently discussed in section 108 of the United States Copyright Act.
The National Digital Stewardship Alliance, a voluntary membership organization of leading government, academic, and private sector organizations with digital stewardship responsibilities, has annou
Neither Bob nor Bette Sherman attended the University of North Texas, but their ties here run deep.
On Monday, July 1, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit held that the authors who are a party to this suit may not be allowed to file
On February 22, 2013, President Obama issued a directive for each federal agency with ov