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Lis 550 presentation Copyright 101
Lis 550 presentation Copyright 101
Lis 550 presentation Copyright 101
Lis 550 presentation Copyright 101
Lis 550 presentation Copyright 101
Lis 550 presentation Copyright 101
Lis 550 presentation Copyright 101
Lis 550 presentation Copyright 101
Lis 550 presentation Copyright 101
Lis 550 presentation Copyright 101
Lis 550 presentation Copyright 101
Lis 550 presentation Copyright 101
Lis 550 presentation Copyright 101
Lis 550 presentation Copyright 101
Lis 550 presentation Copyright 101
Lis 550 presentation Copyright 101
Lis 550 presentation Copyright 101
Lis 550 presentation Copyright 101
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  • 1.   The use of the 'Garfield' character for the purposes of this parody qualifies as fair use under the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. sec. 107.  See Campbell v. Acuff-Rose Music (92-1292), 510 U.S. 569  Comic by XKCD under CC-BY -NC at http://xkcd.com/78/
  • 2. Copyright 101 for  LIS 550   Brian Rowe J.D. Jan 6th 2012
  • 3. What is Copyright?
  • 4. Article 1, Section 8, Clause 8     To promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writings and Discoveries;
  • 5. right to exclude others from using
  • 6. What does copyright cover?
  • 7. E=MC^2
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  • 18. Brian@BrianRowe.org Twitter @Sarterus Slides are on SlideShare.net User: Sarterus

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