Copyright and Intellectual Property

Copyright Campaign: Shame of the White Man
U.S. Copyright Act of 1976, as Amended
United States Copyright Office, including:
Copyright Basics; note particularly
What Works are Protected
Enclosures of the Mind: Intellectual Monopolies
A Resource Kit on Community Knowledge, Biodiversity, and Intellectual Property
Intellectual Property Rights from the Hopi Cultural Preservation Office
Indigenous Intellectual Property Constituency
See also Digital Council Fires, Native American Telecommunications Conference
Protection of Folklore from UNESCO
Who Owns Digital Works?, Ann Okerson
Copyright and Related Rights: The International Dimension
by Keith Acheson & Christopher J. Maule, Canadian Journal of Communication
Intellectual Property and the National Information Infrastructure,
The report of the Working Group on Intellectual Property Rights (in Adobe Acrobat PDF format)
Copyright and Intellectual Property from the Association of Research Libraries Web site.
Online Resources: Copyright and Universities prepared by Ann Okerson
for the Association of American Universities/ Association of Research Libraries Intellectual Property Task Force.
Copyright Resources Online from the Yale University Library
Transition to Electronic Content Licensing: The Institutional Context in 1997, Ann Okerson
UT Austin Publishing Policies
The Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works (Paris Text 1971)
Access Copyright, the Canadian copyright licensing agency Web site.
The Copyright Website, directed specifically at online and multimetia copyright issues.
Cyberspace Law for Non-Lawyers
The Electronic Frontier Foundation

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