Reading it wrong | The Indian Express

lkfitz's bookmarks 2016-10-14


"The recent verdict of the Delhi High Court in Chancellor, University of Oxford v. Rameshwari Photocopy Services has spurred extreme conclusions. Advocates of open access have considered it as vesting limitless authority to copy for all educational purposes while the publishing world laments its potential to destroy the creation of content. Both are wrong, because observations in this verdict that go beyond resolution of the dispute at hand are legally ineffectual and must be set aside on appeal."


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Date tagged:

10/14/2016, 17:20

Date published:

10/14/2016, 13:20