Newsletter on Copyright and New Media Law


Subject: Newsletter on Copyright and New Media Law
From: K Nayyer (knayyer@gpu.srv.ualberta.ca)
Date: ti 27 huhti  1999 - 02:11:59 EEST


**crossposted to several lists; please excuse duplications**

Handshake Productions would like to notify information specialists in the
library, education, archives, and museum sectors about a newsletter on
copyright and digital media issues, specifically geared to our contexts.

The Copyright & New Media Law Newsletter, in its 3rd year of publication,
has contributors from around the world and subscribers from 15 countries.
It is a 16 page print newsletter issued 3 times a year. Subscribers also
receive two free electronic supplements:

- Email Alerts for news, court cases, legislation changes, and forthcoming
seminars;
- an e-letter, Copyright & New Media Legal News.

The Newsletter addresses issues such as
- web site privacy policies;
- email and Internet Policies;
- digital licensing agreements;
- database protection;
- distance learning and copyright;
- liability for illegal content on the Internet;
- copyright collectives and print and electronic media;
- e-commerce for the library, archives, museum, and educational sectors;
- U.S., Canadian, U.K., European, and Australian copyright developments.

Also included are reviews of print and web resources related to copyright
for libraries, schools, archives, and museums.

Please have a look at the Tables of Contents from previous issues, some
sample full text articles, as well as what subscribers have said by visiting
http://www.copyrightlaws.com/index2.html

You may subscribe online or obtain subscription information at
http://copyrightlaws.com/online_sub/new_subscription.html
or by sending an email to libraries@copyrightlaws.com

Thanks for your time.



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