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Information About Canadian Copyright Law

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Below is a preview of the five most recent posts from the blog Canadian Copyright Law. To read these posts in their entirely or subscribe to future updates from this blog, please visit their website!

  • Who Owns Your Social Media Content? is excited to share Adam Weissman’s article, “Who Owns Your Social Media Content?”, with his tips for understanding the fine print about who owns your social media content. Mr. Weissman is a musician and performer and has a law practice in New York where he represents a wide range … Read more »

  • Are You the Go-To Copyright Person?

    Many times I hear my students say they’ve become the go-to copyright person, regardless of whether they’re librarians, library directors, information managers or architects, content managers, risk management specialists, communications specialists or editors. This happens whether they work in librar … Read more »

  • Best Practices to Lower Copyright Risks

    How can you lower copyright risks? Lowering copyright infringement risks is a goal of every library, organization and business. This article provides tips for identifying your copyright risks when using third-party content, and keeping those risks to a minimum. Copyright Risk Management Checklist Wh … Read more »

  • Copyright Permissions Sample Letter

    You may know it’s important to seek permission before using third-party copyright-protected content. But you may not know how to go about doing that. Below we provide a sample copyright permissions letter to guide you as an example of such a letter. You can review and modify it to meet your needs wh … Read more »

  • Licensing Policy Sample: Should Your Library Have a Written Licensing Policy?

    A licensing policy is a helpful document for a library or organization that licenses electronic resources or e-resources. This article is written by Lesley Ellen Harris, author of Licensing Digital Content Book, 3rd ed. Copyright policies and IP or intellectual property policies are more common than … Read more »