Copyright Series by University of Ottawa Prof Michael Geist “Misleading on Fair Dealing”
“On his blog, University of Ottawa law professor Michael Geist has started a series dealing with misconceptions that he states publishers and rights-holding organizations have been disseminating about fair dealing.”
“Fair dealing is an exception allowed under the Copyright Act. It allows use of limited portions of a copyright protected work without permission or payment of copyright royalties for purposes such as research, private study, education, satire, parody, criticism, review or news reporting.”
Part 1 of the series is entitled: Misleading on Fair Dealing, Part 1: Access Copyright’s Inconsistent Claims on the Legal Effect of the 2012 Fair Dealing Reforms
Part 2 of the series is entitled Why Access Copyright’s Claim of 600 Million Uncompensated Copies Doesn’t Add Up.
Part 3 is entitled Data Shows Books Are Rapidly Declining as Part of Coursepack Materials.
Part 4 is entitled: Misleading on Fair Dealing, Part 4: The Shift from Coursepacks to Digital Course Management Systems – Michael Geist
Part 5 is entitled: Misleading on Fair Dealing, Part 5: The Multi-Million Dollar Educational Investment in E-Book Licensing – Michael Geist
Part 6 is entitled: Misleading on Fair Dealing, Part 6: Why Site Licences Offer Education More than the Access Copyright Licence
Part 7 is entitled: awaiting it.
Source: Stephen blog