Correcting Course: Rebalancing Copyright
By Columbia University
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Columbia University in the City of New York and the Office of Information Technology Policy (OITP) of the American Library Association present Correcting Course: Rebalancing Copyright for Libraries in the National and International Arenas. Correcting Course offers a high-level briefing on developments in the United States and in international venues affecting the balanced interpretation and application of copyright. It promotes a renewed activism in support of fair use and the full complement of copyright exceptions and limitations which enable libraries to serve their communities.
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Thank you for this podcast. This is an area where people don't know the fair use rights that have been stolen away from them after every copyright extension that get's pushed through. I run a remix website and copyright and fair use is ALWAYS on my mind, Lessig and Doctorow are good for info, and great books, but it's nice to be able to hear the lectures in the car, while at work etc. and know that I'm not alone in the feeling that copyright law has been twisted in a way that our forefathers had not intended.