Copyright Series by University of Ottawa Prof Michael Geist

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

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