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Copyright issues relevant to digital preservation and dissemination of pre-1972 commercial sound recordings by libraries and archives / by June M. Besek.

By: Besek, June M.
Contributor(s): National Recording Preservation Board (U.S.) | National Recording Preservation Board (U.S.).
Material type: TextTextSeries: Optimizing collections and services for scholarly use: ; CLIR publication: no. 135.Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Council on Library and Information Resources : Library of Congress, [2005]Description: viii, 54 pages ; 28 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1932326235; 9781932326239.Subject(s): Copyright -- Sound recordings -- Law and legislation -- United States | Sound recordings -- Digitization -- Law and legislation -- United States | Digital preservation -- Law and legislation -- United States | Fair use (Copyright) -- United States | Copyright -- Duration -- United States | Copyright -- Duration | Fair use (Copyright) | United States | Copyright -- Sound recordings -- United States | Sound recordings -- Digitization | Digital preservation | Fair use (Copyright) -- United States | Copyright -- Duration -- United StatesGenre/Form: Sound recordings. | Sound recordings.Additional physical formats: Online version:: Copyright issues relevant to digital preservation and dissemination of pre-1972 commercial sound recordings by libraries and archives.Online resources: Click here to access online Also available via the World Wide Web.
Contents:
Introduction -- U.S. Copyright law -- Protected works -- Term of protection -- Term for all works created on or after January 1, 1978 -- Term for works created and published before January 1, 1978 -- Term for works created but not published before January 1, 1978 -- Rights under copyright -- Privileges and exceptions -- Fair use: [section] 107 -- Special library privileges: [section] 108 -- The first sale doctrine: [section] 109 -- Distance education: [section] 110(2) -- Ephemeral copying: [section] 112 -- Musical works -- Reproduction of musical works -- Public performance of musical works -- Sound recordings -- Sound recordings fixed on or after February 15, 1972 -- Sound recordings fixed prior to February 15, 1972 -- Ownership of rights in sound recordings -- Reproduction of sound recordings -- Public performance of sound recordings -- State law protection for pre-1972 sound recordings -- Overview -- Criminal statutes -- Common law -- California's civil statute -- Summary concerning state law protection -- Digital preservation and dissemination of sound recordings -- Digital preservation and replacement copies: copyright-protected works -- What is a "reasonable" effort? -- When is a an existing format "obsolete"? -- May libraries rely on others to make digital copies? -- Are collaborative digital preservation projects permissible? -- Use of digital preservation and replacement copies -- Special-use priviliges under [section] 108(h): coyright-protected works -- Dissemination via Internet streaming: copyright-protected works -- Interactive, on-demand streaming -- Sound recordings -- Musical compositions -- Other types of underlying works -- Webcasting -- Sound recordings -- Musical compositions -- Other types of underlying works -- Fair use and equitable doctrines -- Fair use -- General equitable defenses -- Pre-1972 sound recordings without federal copyright protection -- Technological protection issues -- Conclusion -- Appendix: Results of preliminary research concerning state law.
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"December 2005."

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Introduction -- U.S. Copyright law -- Protected works -- Term of protection -- Term for all works created on or after January 1, 1978 -- Term for works created and published before January 1, 1978 -- Term for works created but not published before January 1, 1978 -- Rights under copyright -- Privileges and exceptions -- Fair use: [section] 107 -- Special library privileges: [section] 108 -- The first sale doctrine: [section] 109 -- Distance education: [section] 110(2) -- Ephemeral copying: [section] 112 -- Musical works -- Reproduction of musical works -- Public performance of musical works -- Sound recordings -- Sound recordings fixed on or after February 15, 1972 -- Sound recordings fixed prior to February 15, 1972 -- Ownership of rights in sound recordings -- Reproduction of sound recordings -- Public performance of sound recordings -- State law protection for pre-1972 sound recordings -- Overview -- Criminal statutes -- Common law -- California's civil statute -- Summary concerning state law protection -- Digital preservation and dissemination of sound recordings -- Digital preservation and replacement copies: copyright-protected works -- What is a "reasonable" effort? -- When is a an existing format "obsolete"? -- May libraries rely on others to make digital copies? -- Are collaborative digital preservation projects permissible? -- Use of digital preservation and replacement copies -- Special-use priviliges under [section] 108(h): coyright-protected works -- Dissemination via Internet streaming: copyright-protected works -- Interactive, on-demand streaming -- Sound recordings -- Musical compositions -- Other types of underlying works -- Webcasting -- Sound recordings -- Musical compositions -- Other types of underlying works -- Fair use and equitable doctrines -- Fair use -- General equitable defenses -- Pre-1972 sound recordings without federal copyright protection -- Technological protection issues -- Conclusion -- Appendix: Results of preliminary research concerning state law.

"Commissioned for and sponsored by the National Recording Preservation Board, Library of Congress."

"December 2005."