Re: Scanning and Copyright
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Posted by Claudio on June 05, 2001 at 09:09:48:
In Reply to: Scanning and Copyright posted by W. on April 06, 2001 at 06:38:55:
I had a discussion with a Boarder's manager about the following: Given a page (or paragraph) of a book subject to copyright due to
Is "fixation" an issue here? Which of the above constitutes a copyright violation and what is the heart of the difference, if any between the two cases? Either way, the only thing kept is the
As a matter of thought, if I stand at a copy machine and copy a page out of a book subject to copyright, then immediately burn that copy, (and I do this repeatedly all day...) have I really
The Bodleian Library and other libraries have an allowance in the copyright law for using copy machines, I believe, but at the same time students can also bring their laptops and key in text. What is the copyright position in that case? Isn't it inconsistant?
What would be the acceptable uses of scanning technology if I want to make use of my handheld scanner for taking notes? I personally think that this is a gray area of the law to study.
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