Entries from Notes from the University of Illinois Music Library tagged with 'copyright'

Copyright Criminals

COPYRIGHT CRIMINALS: THIS IS A SAMPLING SPORT Film Screening with Co-Producer Kembrew McLeod (in Person) Thursday April 30, 6 - 8 p.m., Main Library 66 This is a film about music sampling, art, and copyright law. It tells a story...

Guide to Using Copyrighted Material in the Classroom

Panel Issues Guide to Using Copyrighted Material in the Classroom Chronicle of Higher Education By JEFFREY R. YOUNG 11/11/2008 "When professors want to incorporate clips from television shows or other popular-culture works into their lectures and are unsure about what...

Orphan works copyright law DOA

'Orphan Works' Copyright Law Dies Quiet Death By David Kravets September 30, 2008 Wired Blog...

The Future of Internet Radio

Many of us rely on internet radio, whether a feed from a specific station, or through a service such as Pandora, to get through the day. Lately there has been legal action stirring around the issue of royalties and how...


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