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Copyright for Archivists and Records Managers

Acknowledgements Preface Key points 1. What is copyright? 1.1 The nature of copyright 1.2 The development of copyright 1.3 Copyright and records 2. Copyright protection 2.1 Protection for works 2.2 Literary, dramatic and musical works 2.3 Artistic works 2.4 Films 2.5 Sound recordings 2.6 Other works 3. Ownership 3.1 Qualification 3.2 First owner 3.3 Acquisition of copyright 3.4 Assertion of ownership 4. Publication, exhibition and performance 4.1 Publication 4.2 Exhibition and performance 5. Use 5.1 The copyright owner's rights and infringement of them 5.2 Permission 5.3 Exceptions and limitations 5.4 Copying in archives, libraries and museums 5.5 Litigation and legal advice 6. Copyright in the electronic environment 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Internet 6.3 Electronic mail and social media 6.4 Databases 6.5 Records in the electronic environment 6.6 Computers and computer programs 7. Special cases 7.1 British Isles outside the UK 7.2 Records of a repository's parent institution or authority 7.3 Gifts and deposits of records 7.4 Public records 7.5 Records of local authorities 7.6 Records of ecclesiastical and religious bodies 7.7 Legal records 7.8 Electoral registers 7.9 Business records 7.10 Estate, manorial and personal records 7.11 Hospital and medical records 7.12 Transport records 7.13 Office-holders, members and unincorporated bodies 7.14 Maps, charts and plans, together with engravings and prints 7.15 Legal deposit 8. Other intellectual property rights 8.1 Moral rights 8.2 Databases and database right 8.3 Publication right 8.4 Public Lending Right 8.5 Performers' rights 8.6 Designs, patents and trade marks 8.7 Confidentiality 8.8 Artist's resale right (droit de suite) 9. Appendix 9.1 Charts and tables for the duration of copyright 9.2 Copyright Declarations 9.3 Model licences 9.4 Model assignment to the record office 10. Bibliography 10.1 Documents 10.2 Books 10.3 Useful websites 11. Authorities 11.1 Treaties and EU instruments 11.2 Statutes 11.3 Statutory instruments 11.4 Cases Index

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  • ผู้แต่ง Tim Padfield
  • สำนักพิมพ์ Facet Pub
  • ครั้งที่พิมพ์ 1
  • ปีที่พิมพ์2019
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  • หมวดหมู่เทคโนโลยีสารสนเทศ / บรรณารักษ์
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Acknowledgements Preface Key points 1. What is copyright? 1.1 The nature of copyright 1.2 The development of copyright 1.3 Copyright and records 2. Copyright protection 2.1 Protection for works 2.2 Literary, dramatic and musical works 2.3 Artistic works 2.4 Films 2.5 Sound recordings 2.6 Other works 3. Ownership 3.1 Qualification 3.2 First owner 3.3 Acquisition of copyright 3.4 Assertion of ownership 4. Publication, exhibition and performance 4.1 Publication 4.2 Exhibition and performance 5. Use 5.1 The copyright owner's rights and infringement of them 5.2 Permission 5.3 Exceptions and limitations 5.4 Copying in archives, libraries and museums 5.5 Litigation and legal advice 6. Copyright in the electronic environment 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Internet 6.3 Electronic mail and social media 6.4 Databases 6.5 Records in the electronic environment 6.6 Computers and computer programs 7. Special cases 7.1 British Isles outside the UK 7.2 Records of a repository's parent institution or authority 7.3 Gifts and deposits of records 7.4 Public records 7.5 Records of local authorities 7.6 Records of ecclesiastical and religious bodies 7.7 Legal records 7.8 Electoral registers 7.9 Business records 7.10 Estate, manorial and personal records 7.11 Hospital and medical records 7.12 Transport records 7.13 Office-holders, members and unincorporated bodies 7.14 Maps, charts and plans, together with engravings and prints 7.15 Legal deposit 8. Other intellectual property rights 8.1 Moral rights 8.2 Databases and database right 8.3 Publication right 8.4 Public Lending Right 8.5 Performers' rights 8.6 Designs, patents and trade marks 8.7 Confidentiality 8.8 Artist's resale right (droit de suite) 9. Appendix 9.1 Charts and tables for the duration of copyright 9.2 Copyright Declarations 9.3 Model licences 9.4 Model assignment to the record office 10. Bibliography 10.1 Documents 10.2 Books 10.3 Useful websites 11. Authorities 11.1 Treaties and EU instruments 11.2 Statutes 11.3 Statutory instruments 11.4 Cases Index