Digital Archiving Resources

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This paper represents viewpoints from scholars, librarians, archivists, technologists, lawyers and journalists at the University of Missouri on addressing the problems of preserving born-digital news. The crisis of losing decades of journalistic work…

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This paper describes the expansion of web archiving in Singapore and its affiliation with international copyright law. The authors outline the concept of legal deposit in a modern and historical context. In addition, the authors contrast voluntary…

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This video mainly talks about the different types of patents used in the American legal system. It also talks about the Trademarks and Copyrights, and the varies reasons they exist.

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This video describes the basic idea for copyrights, trademarks, and patents using current examples and explains when it is appropriate to get each one. It goes also describes multiply sites that also explain each concept further in depth and helps…

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Naomi Korn, IP Consultant talks about the practical issues associated with rights clearances and the licensing around the creation and curation of digital content.

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A collection of papers delivered at the 1997 conference, "Economics of Digital Information: Collection, Storage, and Delivery," sponsored by the University of Oklahoma Libraries and the University of Oklahoma Foundation, this book explores evolving…

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The Guide to Security Considerations and Practices for Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Libraries is the first such book intended specifically to address security in special collection libraries. Containing nineteen chapters, the book…

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Digital libraries, museums, and archives have discovered a beneficial partnership with law enforcement. Digital forensics as a method for extracting “unaltered evidence” and establishing “verifiable and repeatable examinations” of the data…

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Although the article is written for a British audience and the copyright laws and legislation regarding author/creator’s “moral rights” are different from the U.S. similar challenges from special interest groups and handling orphan works beset…

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Pamela Innes, linguistic anthropologist at the University of Wyoming, presents a solution for protecting the privacy and cultural heritage of indigenous people while balancing the need for public access to archival materials. She proposes that…
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