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25 Jul 2010, 7:00 pm by Donn Zaretsky
Sergio Muñoz Sarmiento discusses a Peter Hirtle post discussing what could be an enormously important copyright decision that not enough people are discussing. [read post]
1 May 2007, 1:31 pm
In the last issue of RLG DigiNews April 15, 2007, Peter Hirtle tackles the  difference between open archiving and preservation. [read post]
7 Sep 2009, 12:53 pm by Mary Minow
Peter Hirtle's commentary looks at this Ann Arbor (MI) copyshop case in which the students make the copies of coursepack readings themselves. [read post]
1 Apr 2008, 11:15 am
Peter Hirtle reports on the availability of the Section 108 Study Group Report, now available online: The final report of the Section 108 Study Group, on which I have been serving for three years, has been released. [read post]
2 Nov 2009, 9:12 am by Peter Hirtle
(posted by Peter Hirtle) In the most recent issue of Current Cites, I draw attention to a recent issue brief written by Janice Pilch, ARL’s visiting program officer on international copyright, on what are called “traditional cultural expressions” (TCEs). [read post]
1 Jun 2009, 7:28 pm
Cornell's Peter Hirtle is concerned with the potential impact of the Brodsky bill on libraries and archives:"The problem is that while the bill discusses the issue surrounding collecting in museums, it defines museums so broadly that most libraries and archives would fall under its sway. [read post]
5 Jun 2007, 8:54 pm
In this episode of PK's In the Know Podcast, I sit down with Peter Hirtle, Intellectual Property Officer at the Cornell University Libraries, and one the members of the study group, to talk about the challenges posed for the study group, and some potential solutions. [read post]
18 Feb 2011, 2:34 am by Peter Hirtle
(by Peter Hirtle) Those of you who have made it through Copyright and Cultural Institutions know that I am a big believer in the importance of risk assessment when digitizing materials. [read post]
16 May 2010, 8:09 am by Peter Hirtle
[by Peter Hirtle] I was catching up on some blog readings this morning, and was pleasantly surprised to find that Jill Hurst-Wahl in a post on copyright had a link to what she called Mary Minow's "good news" from 3 weeks ago. [read post]
7 Jul 2010, 12:46 pm by Peter Hirtle
(by Peter Hirtle) A recent post at the Citizen Media Law Project about one’s First Sale rights with e-books got me thinking about libraries. [read post]
19 May 2010, 7:07 am by Jennifer Stephens
Peter Hirtle at LibraryLaw Blog discusses the recent posting at RedState.com of Elana Kagen's thesis at Princeton University. [read post]
23 Apr 2008, 4:32 pm
Items of interest on the Fairly Used blog at the Stanford Copyright & Fair Use page: 1 - Oregon Legislative Counsel asks Justia to take down Oregon Revised Statutes (I'm not kidding) 2- Interview with our own Peter Hirtle on Section 108 Committee report - the good and the bad for libraries wrt copyright 3- Follow up interview with Jonathan Pink about the California State Univ copyright case on state sovereign immunity [read post]
20 Oct 2009, 8:21 am by Peter Hirtle
(posted by Peter Hirtle) I have been hoping that a thorough summary of the “D is for Digitize” conference at New York Law School would have appeared on the `net by now, but while there have been some news articles and blog postings about this important event, I haven’t seen an overall summary. [read post]
17 Nov 2009, 12:18 am by Peter Hirtle
(posted by Peter Hirtle) One of the more interesting recent conflicts in the Georgia ereserves case concerns an expert report on ereserves prepared by Kenneth Crews of Columbia for the defendants. [read post]
23 Aug 2009, 11:24 am
(Posted by Peter Hirtle)There is an interesting post over at Rich Stim's blog, Dear Rich, on whether Nuremburg Trial transcripts are in the public domain. [read post]
13 Aug 2008, 3:36 am
Peter Hirtle and I have tried to analyze this over a couple of years and may write an article some day - so readers, feel free to weigh in. [read post]