Why universities can't be expected to police copyright infringement

lterrat's bookmarks 2017-08-23

Summary:

"Collecting anonymized data for the purposes of distributing royalties is one thing, but broad copyright surveillance and enforcement is not a job for universities.

Universities should teach students and faculty how to comply with copyright, should confirm that its agents are following policies correctly and should then be able to presume that those copying are doing so properly.

It may be appropriate for universities to collect anonymous data on what is being copied by university employees, as they’ve done in the past, but trolling through online classrooms and emails looking for infringement by students is not the role of universities."

Link:

http://theconversation.com/why-universities-cant-be-expected-to-police-copyright-infringement-82677

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oa.new oa.comment oa.canada oa.libraries oa.copyright oa.licensing oa.recommendations oa.libre

Date tagged:

08/23/2017, 00:17

Date published:

08/22/2017, 20:17