Law, Libraries and TechnologyBy
- Mark Van Hoorebeek
Libraries are continuing to evolve as a result of the dual pressures of technology and user access. The new digital media forms are enabling librarians to find new methods of information delivery. Libraries and librarians need to be aware of the legal ramifications of the new technologies that are available. This book provides an authoritative and practical guide to the subject. Despite the negative prognosis for libraries during the early 1990s in the face of digital technology, libraries have proved to be surprisingly resilient, and have begun the long process of incorporating digital technologies into their service. The legal ramifications, however, always need to be considered. This book does just that.
Paperback, 164 Pages
Published: February 2005
Imprint: Chandos Publishing
- An introduction to intellectual property; Copyright on the world stage; Copyright: the European dimension; The foundations of UK copyright; Moral and economic rights; Infringement; Exceptions to copyright infringement; Indications of further developments.