Chip Taylor Communications



Subject: Law

The Copyright Compliance Series

"Highly Recommended! Highly recommended for its authoritative and invaluable information regarding a very serious and relevant issue in our information age. The makers of this series are to be congratulated for translating often ambiguous and dense material (copyright law) into something clear and understandable." Click for more

1. Copyright 101: An Introduction to Copyright

"Highly Recommended. This program gives a general overview of copyright law as it applies in various settings such as education, libraries, and to the general public. The host and attorney are very well spoken, and they seem to take care to avoid an excess of 'legalese.' They provide a very thorough explanation of copyright law, understandable to the layperson. This program does a great job of giving a clear overview of a complex topic; it would be great video for training/continuing education for teachers or librarians, for class discussion in law schools, or for anyone who needs a broad overview of copyright law." -EMRO Review
No one program can answer every person's questions about copyright; so this introductory program begins as a primer on copyright and fulfills all the prerequisites viewers will need in order to fully understand and learn from the other programs in this copyright series. In this program, host Jeannine Edwards introduces attorney Arnie Lutzker, who addresses the key concepts of copyright, including Fixation and Originality; the definition of Copyright "Rights"; Statutory Limitations; Fair Use; the First Sale Doctrine; Owning v. Licensing; Educational Public Performance and Display; the Face to Face Exemption; Statutory Licensing; Exemption for the Blind and Visually Impaired; the Rules of Ownership and the System for Registration; the Term of Copyright; the concept of the Public Domain; Infringement and Liability; the Copyright Regulatory Regime. 06/09DE SCA 43 min.
Also See: Copyright: The Internet, Multimedia and the Law





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