Comprehending Copyright, Part I: Using Others' Work
These copyright basics will help ensure you use others' work the right way
September 17, 2007
The heyday of the Internet seemed to turn traditional notions of copyright on their proverbial heads. The Web proved to be a powerful new publishing medium, and anyone who knew a scrap of HTML went wild posting things online. Gradually, copyright owners -- whether writers, music publishers, or others -- awoke to the fact that there was no meaningful difference between the Internet ...
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