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Technology and the Internet have blurred the lines of legal available resources. It’s now very easy to access digital files and photos online. Downloading, copying and file sharing are everyday activities. Everyone has questions these days.
- Is it okay to link to a YouTube video and show it to an audience of clients? Are you compliant or criminal?
- Where can you find relevant, eye-catching material on the Internet for promoting, advertising, and marketing without being nabbed by the Copyright Cops?
Presenter Lyn Belisle is a faculty member of the Computer Science Department at Trinity University,. She helps individuals navigate the confusing maze of intellectual property, copyright, and Fair Use. In her course at Trinity, she emphasizes legal use of online research processes to her students and colleagues who audit her course in Essential Information Technology. She has just completed The CIT Consortium: Social Legal and Ethical Issues for McGraw Hill Publishing Company and is currently working with noted IT textbook author Tim O’Leary on developing ethics questions for Spring 2013 college textbooks from McGraw Hill.