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Internet Archive’s Open Library and Copyright Law
Lutzker & Lutzker

Author: Lutzker & Lutzker Published: May 15, 2020 With libraries at K-12 schools, universities and local communities closed, the Internet Archive provides an increasingly valuable resource for educators and distance learning. Before diving into this vast wealth of content, however, some caution regarding the copyright issues the Archive raises is warranted. Click

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COVID-19 Causes Massive Copyright Fair Use Confusion
Lutzker & Lutzker

Author: Lutzker & Lutzker Published: May 15, 2020 With the suddenly critical role of online education, our heroic teachers will likely need to rely on the heretofore underutilized TEACH Act. Enacted in 2002, the TEACH Act added to copyright law an exemption to copyright infringement for distant transmission of copyrighted materials under

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