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Rights and Responsibilities in the Digital Age: Problems with Stronger Copyright in an Information Society
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Journal of Information Science Volume 23, Number 3, ISSN 1352-7460

Abstract

Discusses three issues: (1) copyright and the effects of technological change and the trend to commodify information; (2) the interests involved; and (3) the "Green Paper," a proposal by the European Commission to address copyright issues arising from digitization of protected works. Safeguarding free information access can be achieved by balancing copyright regulation and "reciprocal exceptions." (AEF)

Citation

Eisenschitz, T. & Turner, P. (1997). Rights and Responsibilities in the Digital Age: Problems with Stronger Copyright in an Information Society. Journal of Information Science, 23(3), 209. Retrieved January 28, 2020 from .

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