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    Copyright Copyright Presentation Transcript

    • A Story of Copyright
      By
      Charlene Lieberher
    • Chapter 1
      Invention of the printing press causes authors’ works to be widely distributed, many times altered from their original works
      Stationers get monopoly to print all written works that Parliament approves
    • Chapter 2
      Around 1689, Parliament removes monopoly
      Stationers create new plan grounded in property law
      - authors would sell their works to
      stationers who retain sole rights to
      publish works
    • Chapter 3
      The Constitutional Provision Respecting Copyright
      The Congress shall have the Power … To promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Ties to Authors and Inventor the exclusive Right to their respectiveWritings and Discoveries.
      United States Constitution, Article 1, Section 8
    • “In 1790, the first copyright law was enacted. Since then, the American copyright law has had four major revisions. Generally speaking, the copyright laws exist for three basic reasons: to reward authors for their creative works; to encourage availability of the works to the general public; and to facilitate access and use of the works by the public in appropriate situations (Bruwelheide). The rules of copyright are laid out in law books and ever unfolding case law, but what are the ethical and moral principles supporting copyright law?”
      Duane Goehner (1997)
    • Chapter 4
      4 Factors of Fair Use
      The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes
      The nature of the copyrighted work
      The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole
      The effect of the use upon the potential market for, or value of, the copyrighted work
      http://copyright.gov/fls/fl102.html
    • Chapter 5
      TEACH Act
      Technology, Education, and Copyright Harmonization Act
      Signed November 2, 2002 by President Bush
      Addresses distance learning
    • Chapter 6
      Creative Commons
      http://creativecommons.org/videos/wanna-work-together
      Legal contracts for authors to share their property for specified interests
    • The End
      Or is it just
      The Beginning?
    • References
      Circular 92U. (2009). Copyright law of the United States and
      related laws contained in title 17 of the United States code.
      Retrieved from http://copyright.gov/title17/circ92.pdf
      Copyright Clearance Center. (2005). The TEACH act: new roles, rules and
      responsibilities for academic institutions. Retrieved from
      http://moodle1.wilkes.edu/file.php/1199/CR-TEACH-Act-3.pdf
      Copyright, Fair Use. (2009, November). Retrieved from
      http://copyright.gov/fls/fl102.html
      Creative Commons. (2006). The commons: celebrating accomplishments,
      discerning futures. Retrieved from
      http://creativecommons.org.videos/wanna-work-together
      Goehner, Duane. (1997, October 4). An ethical edge in education: cognizance of
      copyrights and copy wrongs. Presented at the International Conference: The Social and Moral
      Fabric of School Life. Seattle, WA. Retrieved from http://www.goehner.com/copyright.htm
      Jacobs, J.R. (Producer). (2006). Karl Fogel: History of copyright and its implications for the ownership of information today. [Video file]. Retrieved from http://archive.or/details/KarlFogel_chalktalk