One of the English language’s most recognized and performed songs is Happy Birthday to You (HBTY), which likely first appeared
Public Knowledge is hosting World’s Fair Use Day at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. on January 12th.
World’s Fair Use
In this guest post, Jason Schultz, Assistant Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Samuelson Law, Technology and Public Policy Clinic at the UC Berkeley School of Law, explains how he views the academic implications of a lack of privacy.
In this guest post, Ed Van Gemert, Deputy Director of the General Library System at UW-Madison, explains why students want to use Google Book Search.
Although it is being modified, in the interest of better informing students about the Google Books Settlement, Students for Free
In this guest post, James Grimmelmann of New York Law School discusses the effects on orphan works. Interested readers should also check out the upcoming D is for Digitize Conference being hosted by NYLS.
In this guest post, Rebecca Jeschke of Electronic Frontier Foundation discusses the implications for student privacy.
In this guest post, Derek Slater of Google explains why the settlement is a boon for students and the democratization of culture.
The Google Book Search settlement runs hundreds of pages and can be confusing to the most expert of legal minds, but, in either its current or a modified form, it will have profound effects on how students around the world interact with knowledge. In the interest of better informing students about the settlement, Students for Free Culture has solicited the thoughts of a variety of experts who, over the coming days, will provide guest posts reflecting on how the settlement will likely impact students.
As YouTube’s instability continues to frustrate community members, video makers are forced to adapt. Fanvidders have been highly proactive in