Thursday, March 01, 2007

Copyrights and Copywrongs - Responsibility of Media and Academia

P.S. This is not a sequel of Copyrights and Copywrongs: Interview with Siva Vaidhyanathan.
Rather, this is about media (MSN, Yahoo, Google) and academia

  • Belgian newspapers go after Yahoo, By: Nancy Gohring
    IDG News Service (Dublin Bureau) (22 Jan 2007)
    Google argued that it doesn't violate copyright because it only summarizes articles and displays the source of the content and the name of the author before directing users to the Web page hosting the content. The judge is expected to rule on the case this month. full story

    Google has pledged to tighten its advertising controls after some of the biggest media companies in the US accused it of knowingly encouraging copyright theft. in US media: Google 'encourages copyright theft' By Laura Clout, Telegraph, 13/02/2007

  • PUNCHLINE for the academic world (just-in-case):
    Oh my god not more copyright stuff @ Playing with Technology
    See also:
    Public Domain Chart
    Fair Use Checklist

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