Digital Archiving Resources

The Right to Preserve: The Rights Issues of Digital Preservation

Title

The Right to Preserve: The Rights Issues of Digital Preservation

Subject

Copyright

Description

The project's goal was to research how and whether licensed access to digital content and copyright legislation affected the capability of libraries to offer long-term availability to that specific content, and to advise possible answers for any issues identified. This article looks at the international perspective of general identified issues pertaining to copyright laws and publisher licenses.

Creator

Ayre, Catherine
Muir, Adrienne

Source

Publisher

D-Lib Magazine

Date

2004

Contributor

Victoria Polk

Rights

Digital Preservation

Type

Journal Article

Identifier

http://www.dlib.org/dlib/march04/ayre/03ayre.html

Bibliographic Citation

Ayre, Catherine and Adrienne Muir. "The Right to Preserve: The Rights Issues of Digital Preservation." D-Lib Magazine v. 10, no. 3. (2004). http://www.dlib.org/dlib/march04/ayre/03ayre.html

Files

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Citation

Ayre, Catherine and Muir, Adrienne, “The Right to Preserve: The Rights Issues of Digital Preservation ,” Digital Archiving Resources, accessed November 18, 2017, http://dar.cah.ucf.edu/items/show/86.