Re: [digital-copyright] Re: Reproducing visual art

Subject: Re: [digital-copyright] Re: Reproducing visual art
From: "Sanfilippo, Sarah" <ssanfilippo@xxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 5 Apr 2013 12:57:38 -0400
Thanks to everyone who contributed to this discussion! I appreciate the
help from those more knowledgeable than I. I have sent the information
gathered here to the office creating the program, and they will take it
from there.

Thanks again, and have a wonderful weekend!


Sarah K. Sanfilippo*
Director of Library Resources
Southern Vermont College Library
Bennington, VT 05201
802.447.6312 <>

*Knowing how to think empowers you far beyond those who know only what to
think.* Neil deGrasse Tyson

On Thu, Apr 4, 2013 at 1:26 PM, Robert Thomas Hayes Link

> > why would [X] not be considered a fair use?
> This is not the place to start one's analysis. Why ever use content
> that could in any way draw a suit, even a winnable one? When there is
> so much material free of such liability, why risk otherwise, save
> under mutually agreed to, negotiated at arms-length, contract truly
> agreeable to all stake-holders?
> "IP" has blown the 20th Century all out of proportion. The transaction
> costs of using 20th Century content make it mostly not worth the
> bother.
> Peace,
> --
> unclog courts
> go debian

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