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RIGHTS OF THE COPYRIGHT OWNER (Title 17, Section 106)
The Copyright Law gives the copyright owner of a copyrighted work these six rights:
The copyright owner may sell or license any or all of these rights. Copyright is violated if any one of the six exclusive rights is violated.
FAIR USE EXEMPTION (Title 17, Section 107)
The "fair use exemption" provides several instances in which reproduction of copyrighted items is permissible. The law states that "reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright."
In determining whether the use of a copyrighted use is a "fair" use, ALL FOUR of the following factors are considered:
Because the law is subject to interpretation, many guidelines have been established to assist with interpretation.
The purpose of a copyright policy is to state the institution's intention to abide by the law. Libraries should consider developing a copyright policy. The copyright policy should:
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* Require training for all personnel who might have need to make copies.
* Require people using materials to produce, on request, copyright justification for its use.
ALA National Interlibrary Loan Code
Copyright & Fair Use. Stanford University Libraries.
Digital Millennium Copyright Act
Library Vision 2004
North Dakota Century Code-Chapter 40-38 Public Libraries
U.S. Copyright Office
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