The Librarian's Guide to Intellectual Property in the Digital Age

The Librarian's Guide to Intellectual Property in the Digital Age

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This authoritative reference to the thorny issues of copyright, trademarks and patents provides detailed explanations of the various types of intellectual property, how they differ, what they cover and how the protections affect library work and services to customers.Once the software is installed, the user enters the name of a song or an artist and sends that request to Napster, ... The song can then be played through the computer or copied to a CD or to an MP3 player. ... After all, the video recorder was viewed in much the same way after its introduction, and Sony was sued to stop the manufacture of its machine, whose primary purpose was to duplicate videotapes.


Title:The Librarian's Guide to Intellectual Property in the Digital Age
Author: Timothy Lee Wherry
Publisher:American Library Association - 2002-01-01
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