Tools and resources for library copyright issues
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Materials developed by EIFL-IP
Copyright issues and Initiatives
EIFL-IP conferences and workshops
Relevant Sites and Other Materials
- When Copyright Goes Bad
- bilaterals.org. bilaterals.org is a collective effort to share information and stimulate cooperation against bilateral trade and investment agreements that are opening countries to the deepest forms of penetration by transnational corporations
- Center for the Study of the Public Domain, Duke Law School. The Center for the Study of the Public Domain at Duke Law School is the first university center in the world devoted to the public domain.
- The Copy/South Dossier. This unique dossier contains more than 50 articles examining many dimensions of the issue across the global South, such as access, culture, economics, libraries, education, software, the Internet, the public domain, and resistance.
- Consumers’ International A2K project
- IP Watch. Independent news service reporting on international IP policies
- Michael Geist’s blog
- Copyright laws
- Copyright Watch
- UNESCO Collection of National Copyright Laws
- WIPO Collection of Laws for Electronic Access (CLEA). The Collection of Laws for Electronic Access (CLEA) is a unique electronic database providing easy access to intellectual property legislation from a wide range of countries and regions as well as to treaties on intellectual property. It is an invaluable information resource made available by WIPO free of charge to all interested parties, including researchers, legal professionals, policy-makers, students and administrators.