xvii, 246 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
9781849800044 hardback 1849800049 hardback 9781849808033 ebook 1849808031 ebook
Thanks to digitisation and the Internet, preservation of and access to our cultural heritage has never been easier. This text examines the problems copyright law creates and the solutions it can also provide.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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pt. 1.European perspective.Global digital register for the preservation and access to cultural heritage : problems, challenges and possibilities /Tanya Aplin Registers, databases and orphan works /Caroline Colin Copyright protection for the restoration, reconstruction and digitization of public domain works /Andreas Rhamatian Photography, copyright and the South Kensington experiment /Ronan Deazley Archiving exceptions : where are we and where do we need to go? /Paul Torremans pt. 2.U.S. perspective.Archiving and preservation in U.S. copyright law /Laura Gasaway Central register of copyrightable works : a U.S. perspective /Steven Hetcher pt. 3.Another way to preserve and access cultural heritage : the domaine public payant.Preserving and accessing our cultural heritage : Argentina's experience through the domaine public payant /Delia Lipszyc and Carlos Alberto Villalba pt. 4.Cultural sector institution's perspective.Preserving and accessing our cultural heritage : issues for cultural sector institutions : archives, libraries, museums and galleries /Tim Padfield pt. 5.Cultural heritage specialist's perspective.Friends or foes? Two ways of thinking on the relation between the tasks of cultural heritage institutions and the protection of copyright /Lucky Belder.
K1420.5 .C66 2010
Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA, USA : Edward Elgar,